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MiniMoog Synth Sofa Doesn’t Oscillate When You Sit on It

by Paul Strauss
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Attention, electronic musicians! Have I got a piece of furniture for you. What you’re looking at here is the MiniWoouf Sofa, designed to look just like the classic analog MiniMoog synth.

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The MiniWoouf sofa was designed by Barcelona, Spain design shop Woouf!, and is a dead ringer for the original synthesizer, complete with all of its knobs for adjusting its sound waveforms. Of course, the sofa doesn’t actually play any notes when you sit on it – which I think is a good thing. I think that would get really annoying, really quickly.

I’m not sure how much the MiniWoouf sofa sells for, but if you head on over to the Woouf! website, you can get in touch with them and you’ll also find a variety of other cool music-themed furniture, including amp an boombox stools, and synthesizer benches and foam pillows.

[via Tony Long Music via Dangerous Minds]

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