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Moog Slim Phatty

Submitted by on September 8, 2010 – 10:31 pm 3 Comments

As I’m still anticipating the Moog Voyager XL , the following piece of information was brought to my attention:

Why has Moog Music registered the trademark “Slim Phatty”…?

Here’s the registration information:

Name: SLIM PHATTY
IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S: Sound frequency filters for controlling audio parameters by raising or lowering the gain of specific audio frequencies using a multiple resonant filter array and animating those frequencies using a built-in pattern generator
IC 015. US 002 021 036. G & S: Electronic musical keyboards; music synthesizers; theremins and musical instruments in general
Serial Number: 85057381
Filing Date: June 8, 2010
APPLICANT: Moog Music, Inc. CORPORATION NORTH CAROLINA 2004-E Riverside Drive Asheville NORTH CAROLINA 28804
Attorney of Record: William S. Fultz
Type of Mark: TRADEMARK

Dave Manley from Analogue Heaven checked, and it seems as though Moog releases products after registering trademarks. He says:

“A while back (it’s in the archives somewhere) I checked the Moog trademark registrations and it turned up both the Taurus and the ‘Vo* guitar before they were announced. So how long until there’s a SLIM PHATTY? A cross between a MURF and a Little Phatty? Moog filter bank? Slim = Rack mount version?”

What do you think this is going to be?

via Analogue Heaven

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