Moog Memorymoog Synthesizer

It took Moog Music four years to respond to the introduction of fully programmable polysynths but, when it appeared in 1982, the Memorymoog looked in every way like a serious, top of the range instrument.  Many musicians described it as a "6-voice Minimoog" due to its discrete implementations of the classic Moog 24 dB/octave low-pass filter.  The analog synth was used by Jean-Michel Jarre, Jan Hammer, Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), Bon Jovi, INXS, George Duke, and James "Jimmy Jam" Harris III.

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