[sdiy] Fwd: Minimoog Research Seminar Announcement

Jimmy Moore jamoore84 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 4 19:29:21 CEST 2021

Forwarding this here in case this would interest anyone.

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From: Ben Luce <ben at emeapp.org>
Date: Sat, Apr 3, 2021 at 11:48 AM
Subject: Minimoog Research Seminar Announcement
To: <jamoore84 at gmail.com>

EMEAPP invites members to attend a seminar discussing the results of our
Minimoog Research Project

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EMEAPP Institute Seminar Announcement:
Minimoog Research Project Seminar No. 1

Dear Jimmy,

The EMEAPP Institute for Electronic Music Research hereby announces the
release of initial results from our Minimoog Research Project, and invites
EMEAPP members to the following seminar:

*Seminar Name: Minimoog Research Seminar No. 1*

*Date:* Sunday, April 18, 2021

*Time:* 2 pm Eastern Daylight Time; 7 pm London; 8 pm Berlin/Rome; 11 am
Los Angeles; 1 pm Houston.

*Description: *This will be the first in a series of occasional seminars to
present and discuss the results of our Minimoog Research Project
and to field questions and garner feedback from attendees. An (brief)
introductory tour of the project and results to date will be presented by
Ben Luce, followed by commentary and open discussion with project
participants (see list below). *Besides the project introduction, the
primary topics to be addressed at this seminar will include the distortion
characteristics of the Minimoog’s VCA and VCF. *To learn more about this
project and its results to date, which attendees may want to look over
before the seminar, please visit the links listed below (one must be logged
into EMEAPP’s site as a member to view these):

*Links to Project Articles & Videos:*


   Project Overview

   Project Summary Listing (Concise list of articles and videos

*Note: *This project is an in-depth study of the Minimoog’s circuitry and
the sonic attributes of the sound the circuitry produces. The presentation
content is accordingly highly technical in nature.

*Presenters: *Project Team members participating in the seminar will


   *Dr. Ben Luce: *Director, EMEAPP Institute. Professor of Physics,
   specialist in nonlinear systems analysis.

   *Dr. Thomas L. Rhea, *Electronic Music Historian, former Marketing
   Director at Moog Music Inc.

   *Jim Scott: *Former engineer at both R.A. Moog Inc. and Moog Music Inc.
   Original project leader for the Minimoog’s development at R.A. Moog Inc.

   *Timothy Warneck: *Electronics Engineer, Synthesizer Restorationist,
   founder of RetroLinear Inc., EMEAPP restorationist.

*How to Register:* *This will be held by Zoom. To register, please click on
the registration button below.* *Once we manually approve you a link -
usable only by you - will be sent to your email. *Please be advised that
our Zoom capacity has a limit of 300 persons. We don’t expect to reach that
limit, but if we do, you may receive an email informing you that we have
reached capacity. In that event we will reserve a space for you in the next
seminar. (We intend to host a repeat event if there is a sufficient

If you have any technical issues or questions about registration, please
send a note to info.research at emeapp.org. And thank you in advance for your
patience in advance should any issues arise—this is our first attempt to
use the Zoom registration system.

We look forward to discussing the amazing Minimoog Synthesizer with all
those who attend!

Best wishes,


Ben Luce, Director, EMEAPP Institute for Electronic Music Research
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