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Moogfest 2006: Live is a musical tribute to the legendary Robert Moog and the impact he made in the music industry. Moog was one of the first people to create electronic music and is most famous for his invention of the Moog synthesizer. This instrument was release in the 1960s and became a huge influence in the Prog Rock style of music. It is this synthesizer that this film pays tribute to, as it displays performances by musicians who have mastered the instrument. Musical performances are all done at the popular B.B. King Blues Club in New York City and include Keith Emerson, Jan Hammer, Jordan Rudess, Roger O'Donnell, the Mahahavishnu Project, DJ Logic and Bernie Worrell. In addition to the performance, these musicians give an interview describing how this electronic instrument played an important role in their music and how it transformed the music industry into what it is today.