Design is fine. History is mine.

Imagine a time with no computers.

Robert Moog, moog synthesizer, first presented in 1964. Moog Music, USA.

In 1968 the album Switched-On Bach by Wendy Carlos became a huge success, honored with three Grammys. When Emerson Lake and Palmer took over in 1970, the audio machine initiated Prog Rock.

Pics: Keith Emerson and his big modular moog, 1974, Ralf Hütter - Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze, Rick Wakeman on moog, Tangerine DreamRobert Moog (1934-2005) at his workstation. ©Robert Moog Memorial Foundation. 

Advertising for the minimoog, the first compact synthesizer, introduced in 1970. It played a famous part in Pink Floyd’s Shine on Crazy Diamond, 1975.

Good read: Source or guardian. Prog rock: slate

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