The Bob Moog Foundation will be spinning electronic music recordings from the ‘60s and ‘70s at NAMM 2018 at the Tascam booth.
Pulling from its large archive of historical materials, the Foundation will feature iconic vintage recordings by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Yes, Rick Wakeman, Stevie Wonder and many more.
All of the vinyl will be played on TEAC’s TN-420 belt-driven turntable, and heard through Tascam’s TH-02 headphones.
“We are excited to collaborate with Tascam and TEAC to bring the Bob Moog Foundation Archives’ vintage recordings to the show floor at Winter NAMM,” noted Michelle Moog-Koussa, executive director of the Foundation. “Not only will attendees get a high quality listening experience in the middle of a busy convention, but by bringing this music alive we aim to inspire people through some of the history that helped give birth to a considerable sector of the very industry that is being celebrated.”
“This year at NAMM, we are pausing to reflect on our history while looking forward to the future,” commented Eric Larsen, Director of Marketing for Tascam. “Standing alongside the Bob Moog foundation as they celebrate the legacy of Dr. Moog by educating tomorrow’s music makers is both the perfect complement to the TASCAM brand promise and a great honor personally.”
The Foundation joins Nuclear Blast and Blue Coast Recordings, who will also be spinning heavy metal and high resolution digital audio at additional listening stations in the Tascam/TEAC booth.
Head to booth 18910 between 10am-6pm at NAMM to find out more.