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Saturday, May 20 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
In Conversation with Syrinx

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Matt Werth (RVNG Intl.) leads a discussion between John Mills-Cockell (Syrinx) and Moog engineer Amos Gaynes on the earliest Moog creations and the instrument's evolution from the 70's to the present.

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Amos Gaynes

Amos Gaynes is a product developer at Moog Music, where he has contributed to the development of multiple award-winning synthesizers, analog effects, and apps. After an inspiring meeting with Bob Moog during his youth in Asheville, NC, Amos's life has been shaped by an enduring fascination with electronic sound and technology. Amos’s design philosophy is informed by 20 years of experience composing and producing electronic music as well as... Read More →
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Moog Music

Moog Music is the leading producer of analog synthesizers in the world. The employee-owned company and its customers carry on the legacy of its founder, electronic musical instrument pioneer Dr. Bob Moog.  All of Moog’s instruments are hand built in its factory on the edge of downtown Asheville, NC.
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Syrinx

co-presented by RVNG | | The two instrumental albums that Syrinx issued in the early 1970s sound little like the psychedelic music prevailing Toronto’s rock venues at the time, and are even further removed from the electronic tape experimentations spooled by a younger John Mills-Cockell. | Instead, the path of Syrinx whimsically veers away from the dominant mode of ‘70s subculture, charting surprising commercial success. Tumblers... Read More →



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