Robert Schindler (aka Robeone)’s new (and first) music video “Hollow” shows him at work, playing this Keith Emerson-inspired concerto on most of his 15 keyboards.  In addition to Keith’s “soaring synth,” says Robeone, “I thought of film scores, especially Keith Emerson’s work on ‘Nighthawks’ and his work as well as Hans Zimmer’s in ‘Inferno.’” 

As he plays, a range of wild visual effects run all around the screen– from electronic frames to circular designs and straight lines– fly out of keyboards. Paul Landry, who is Robert’s bandmate in the progressive rock group, Zoom (New Age Music Planet Records), used a popular editing software, Wondershare Filmora for the “Hollow” music video.  Wondershare’s strengths allow for easy editing and effects, which is the part that Paul capitalized on in the final production of “Hollow.”

We see most of Robeone’s keyboards in the “Hollow” music video. 

-Furthest right, under the poster of The Beatles’ “Abbey Road,” from top to bottom are his ASM Hydrasynth, Korg M3, Roland Fantom X6, and Korg Radias.

-In the back, under three paintings, we see Robeone’s Roland GW – 8, Yamaha S 80, and a Hammond A100.

-On the left side of his set up are four keyboards: Alesis QS 6.1, Roli Seaboard, M4000D Mellotron, Kurzweil Artis.

-Closest in screen is Robeone’s Moog Subsequent 37 on top of his Korg Triton,  Roland AX-Edge, and Kurzweil K2500XS. 

Known as the Patron Saint of the Bob Moog Foundation, Robert Schindler has made the album, “Dream Suite” available onlythrough the Moog Foundation’s website at 100% of the “Dream Suite”’s sales will go to the Foundation to teach children music and Science.

Robert has been recording since the early 1970s. He’s worked with notables Ronnie Spector and for Johnny Nash when “I Can See Clearly Now” was a hit.  He played with progressive rockers Mayson on Bearsville Records, pop rock acts The States on Chrysalis and Boardwalk Records. Recently he recorded with two different Melodic Revolution Records’ artists Tony Romero’s Vortex and Joe Mac’s American Garage. He’s played live at a number of Festivals—most recently ProgStock and RosFest. Robert also worked on the award-winning soundtrack to “The Fiery Narrows – Following the Path of John Charles Fremont.”

Located in Asheville, North Carolina, The Bob Moog Foundation is an independent 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the legacy of Bob Moog by inspiring others through science, music, and innovation. The Foundation is providing much needed innovative and effective educational opportunities to children — youth who will become tomorrow’s generation of thinkers and problem solvers.

Physical copies of “Dream Suite” are available at 

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