When Machines Rock Panel: Moog’s Collaborators
March 7 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pmFree
Sponsored by Moog Music Inc., this panel discussion brings together key individuals who worked with Moog in advancing the art and business of making synthesizers:
Mike Adams, president, Moog Music Inc.
Steve Dunnington, engineer, Moog Music Inc.
Herb Deutsch, composer, inventor, and early Moog collaborator
The panel is moderated by Trevor Pinch, musician, author, and Goldwin Smith Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Cornell.
This panel discussion is part of When Machines Rock: A Celebration of Robert Moog and Electronic Music, March 5 to 7, featuring more panels and performances by a wide array of electronic music artists, including renowned synthpop and electro-industrial artist Gary Numan; singer-songwriter, beat-maker, and producer Suzi Analogue; and electronic music composers David Borden and Suzanne Ciani.
Other events include an opening reception for the Cornell University Library exhibit Electrifying Music: The Life and Legacy of Robert Moog, a DIY synth-building workshop, a concert by Cornell’s Electroacoustic Music Center, and shows at the Haunt by the punk-inspired electronic group ADULT and Suzi Analogue.
View the individual listings in Cornell’s events calendar: https://events.cornell.edu/search/events/1?event_types%5B%5D=32548468910942