With several successful products introduced over the last several years and more scheduled for delivery, Moog’s growth was the driving force behind the move.
The move highlights a new Moog era without their founder, Bob Moog who passed away in early August.
“Bob Moog helped pick out this space and design the layout,” states company President, Mike Adams. “We felt that it was important to stay in Asheville, where our roots are, and this area meant so much to Bob. Although Bob did not get the opportunity to work in the finished space, his legacy lives on through the products he developed and the people that he worked so closely with. We are excited to settle into the new facility and continue the great tradition of innovation that is Moog.”
Moog Music Inc. designs and manufactures timeless electronic musical instruments, including the Etherwave Pro theremin, Moogerfooger® analog effects modules, the Minimoog® Voyager, and the Moog PianoBarTM . Founded by Robert Moog, inventor of the original Moog Synthesizer, Moog Music is located in Asheville, N.C.
For more information, visit www.moogmusic.com.
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