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Forging WeaponLord

On a warm April night in 1995, two developers reclined on their balcony and stared up into the sky. It was three o'clock in the morning, and a hundred stars stared back as the pair swapped stories of heroic barbarians and monstrous demons. These late-night discussions were common for James Goddard and David Winstead. Together with the team at Visual Concepts, they had spent the past 13 months building a game designed to give Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat a run for their money.

That game was WeaponLord.

Since development began, this one-on-one, weapons-based fighting game consumed Goddard and Winstead's lives from dawn to dusk. When they were not in the office, the two game makers were back at the two-bedroom crash pad they shared with game tester Fred Corchero. Armed with crates of Snapple and Easy Cheese, the three alternated between competitive bouts of Street Fighter and endlessly tuning their usurper to the throne. This is the game they always wanted to make, and each is confident WeaponLord will be more badass than anything the fighting game genre has seen before.

The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

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The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

The Moog Vocoder Returns

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.

After more than 40 years, Moog Music has resumed production of the highly sought-after Moog 16 Channel Vocoder. To help welcome the instrument’s return, Moses Sumney visited the Moog Sound Lab to perform an unreleased track from his upcoming double album græ.