OMG-1 Contest
One lucky person will win Eric Persing's killer custom OMG-1 Synth!
Benefit for the Bob Moog Foundation
100% of the proceeds from this contest have gone to supporting the innovative projects of the Bob Moog Foundation including their MoogLab student outreach program, the creation of the future 'Moogseum', and their efforts to preserve and share Dr. Moog's extensive and historic archives. The Foundation's mission is to ignite creativity at the intersection of music, history, science and innovation.
The Grand Prize
In addition to numerous special prize winners, one person will win Eric Persing's custom OMG-1 - a one of a kind synth which integrates the worlds of analog synthesis, computers, software synthesis and the latest multi-touch surfaces into one extraordinary instrument. The OMG-1 combines a Moog Little Phatty®, Omnisphere, Mac Mini, dual iPads®, dual iPods®, and Omni TR - into a beautiful, hand-crafted curly maple cabinet. The OMG-1 will be presented to the contest winner at the 2011 Moogfest in October; Spectrasonics will fly the grand prize winner to the event!


The Judging Phase
The deadline for submitting entries to the contest is now over and we are listening carefully to the hundreds of submissions we received to determine the winners. A huge thanks to all of you who participated. We are absolutely amazed at the quality of the submissions! All the winners will be announced here on the Spectrasonics website on September 15th, 2011.

The Bob Moog TRIBUTE Library
Produced by Eric Persing, the new Bob Moog Tribute library consists of over 700 sounds for Omnisphere - created by 45 of the world's top artists and sound designers. The new soundsources were developed using highly creative processing techniques with exotic gear like rare Buchla Modulars, the EMS Synthi AKS, Hans Zimmer's massive Modular Moog and the OMG-1 itself. With so many different world-class artists contributing, the library is very rich in style and filled with inspiring, cutting edge sounds.