Moog Music Participates in Georgia Tech's Search For A Helluva New Instrument

Moog Music Participates in Georgia Tech's Search For A Helluva New Instrument

The Guthman Musical Instrument Competition is hosted each year at Georgia Tech in hopes to find instruments of the future. This year, one of the judges is Moog Music's president and CEO, Mike Adams.

"In previous years those creations have included a laser harp, a grid of laser beams that creates sound when you pass your hand through it; a keyboard whose tone changes depending on how much pressure you apply; and an iPhone app that produces a simulated choir," said Atlanta Magazine.

The 20 semifinalists performed a free concert last night at The Ferst Center. Read more about the competition and Moog's involvement here

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