Composer Herbert Deutsch approached technologist Bob Moog in 1963 with a simple proposition: build something wildly unique and experimental. Moog combined existing synthesis technology through a modularized design and opted to control the signal via a keyboard. This early synth became the first to crossover from the avant-garde to contemporary music. Wendy Carlos’ recorded her LP “Switched on Bach” entirely on the Moog synthesizer, and her album soon became a smash success.
The first choice of classical music, the Millennia Media HV-3 brings an ultra-high-fidelity tone into the recording studio. Noted for its crisp, transparent replication, the HV-3 has become a modern classic ubiquitous in high-end studios worldwide.