Moog sold to inMusic?

Posted: 6/13/2023 3:04:24 PM

From: Northern NJ, USA

Joined: 2/17/2012

"Moog Music has joined the inMusic family."

Posted: 6/13/2023 4:08:35 PM

From: Berlin Germany

Joined: 4/27/2016

Seems to be so. 

Posted: 6/20/2023 11:19:37 AM

From: Hillsborough, NC (USA)

Joined: 2/13/2005

Hoping this is a good thing for Moog and provides some stability for their operations. Honestly, it must be a tough business to be in, especially these days with a tight economy and so many competitors. 

Posted: 6/20/2023 6:53:40 PM
Yngvox Moogsteen

From: The Middle

Joined: 9/23/2021

Moog has always treated me well when I have called them.  I have loved both Theremins I bought from Moog and wish them the best.  I hope this provides them the resources to rerelease the Etherwave Pro.  I believe almost all Theremin Players would love one.

Posted: 6/21/2023 7:47:44 AM

Joined: 8/11/2021

Unfortunately, Inmusic is mostly known for cheap consumer electronics. I can't really see them producing semi-artesanal boutique things like theremins, especially a big complex one like the Etherwave Pro. But maybe they decided that Moog will be their entry into the high end market. Hopefully they will let Moog do their thing and possibly go even more into quality luxury products, instead of turning it into a cheap brand of plastic chinese-made toys.
Right now the general feel of the internet is very pessimistic, the average opinion is "Moog is dead" and "Inmusic is just about the worst possible buyer on the planet".
But Moog has been bought and sold before (sometimes with disastrous outcomes, like the infamous Norlin era) and every time it has somehow managed to rise from its ashes, let's hope this will be the case again!

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