UK design shop Dorothy has a new cutaway schematic print that reveals the inner working of the Minimoog analogue synthesiser that's been a distinctive part of electronic music for decades. But you won't find transistors or electronic components inside -- just 28 electronic music pioneers hidden like a Where's Wally book.
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Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analogue synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today. But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they're incredibly rare and expensive now -- unless you're happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.