Moog is bringing back a modular synth from 1969 for $35,000

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Moog announced last week that it will return one of its iconic synthesizers, the IIIp, for a limited reissue of $ 35,000. The company says that only 40 units will be made by hand, and each will have documentation of the original, art and archives of the circuit board. In total, each IIIp will have 37 modules including ten audio oscillators of the 901 series, the 4-channel matrix mixer 984 and the 905 Spring Reverb.
Originally launched in the late 1960s, the Moog Synthesizer IIIp was the company's first portable system, which arrived in flight cases under flight conditions, and was used by artists such as Isao Tomita and George Harrison. They were discontinued in 1973 but are still coveted, not only because of their unlimited ability to reconfigure themselves, but because of …

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