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MOK Releases Sound Bank To Benefit The Bob Moog Foundation
Seattle-based music technology company MOK Releases Bob Moog Foundation 15th Anniversary Sound Bank.
In conjunction with the release of their new virtual synthesizer Miniraze, Seattle-based music technology company MOK is also releasing the Bob Moog Foundation 15th Anniversary Miniraze Sound Bank to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. Including patches from an all-star team of artists and sound designers, all proceeds from the sound bank will be donated to the Bob Moog Foundation to support programs like Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, the Bob Moog Foundation Archives, and the Moogseum, located in Asheville, NC.
The Bob Moog Foundation 15th Anniversary Miniraze Sound Bank includes over 150 sounds from some of music’s most sought after composers, sound designers, producers, synthesists, and artists, including a signature sound from Mark Mothersbaugh, composer and co-founder of DEVO. Other contributors include Alessandro Cardinale, Erik Norlander, Taiho Yamada, Drew Neumann, John Enroth (Mutato Muzika composer), Anthony Baldino, Casey Baldwin, Peter Dyer, Chrissy Tignor, Klaus-Peter Rausch, Kelly Marie, Amin Bhatia, John Skippy Lehmkuhl, Wolfram Franke (Tracktion, Waldorf), Michael Whalen, Michael Boddicker, and Jerry Kovarsky.
The Bob Moog Foundation 15th Anniversary Miniraze Sound Bank will be available for $49 in the MOK store. For more information, visit the Bob Moog Foundation Miniraze Sound Bank product page