It's officially the end of an era — Bob Moog, inventor of one of the first widely adopted electronic musical instruments, the Moog synthesizer, died yesterday at his home in Asheville, North Carolina. He was diagnosed with brain cancer in April of this year. There is no public memorial planned, but fans and friends are invited to send remembrances and wishes to www.caringbridge.com/visit/bobmoog. His family has established the Bob Moog Foundation in his honor, dedicated to the advancement of electronic music.
Bob Moog passes away at the age of 71
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