Originally Posted by mikael488
This (in)famous photo of Giorgio Moroder sitting in front of a big Modular Moog was taken at sound arts circa late '77/early '78, ie around the time you were there: http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/248...rtsmoroder.jpg
P,S. very cool to hear that you used the Moog for live shows back in the day.
Never seen that shot before, but that's how I remember the room looking. Now this might just be wishful thinking, and its hard to tell from the photo, but it sure looks like the left cabinet of the 3P directly in front of him may well now be 1/2 of my system. Module configuration is almost identical to the left cabinet in my rig. The bottom 2 mixers, middle row of 2 sets of 901A(1)/B(3)s and the upper row left FFB (not typical for that time) appear to be exactly the same. It's hard to see because of the notebook on the ribbon controller, but the middle cabinet appears to have the same older power supply panel in the lower right as my system has. And my 901 has a small switch installed between the upper 2 tuning knobs that switched it from Audio to a fixed 50K output. I recall being told that was used for some form of film sync system they were using, but I just can't remember any specifics. I've never seen another one like it. I'm pretty sure it's the one directly over his left shoulder. I know they sold it to me when they were selling off some of the older stuff, so this might actually be a photo of Moroder playing some of my modules. Wouldn't that be a kick...?
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