MATRIXSYNTH: An Interview with KORG's Fumio Mieda & Hiroaki Nishijima

Saturday, November 29, 2014

An Interview with KORG's Fumio Mieda & Hiroaki Nishijima


via @YabanKim

"my talk (german) with #Korg #Synthesizer-gurus Fumio Mieda & Hiroaki Nishijima http://www.amazona.de/report-korg-vintage-die-ms20-entwickler-fumio-mieda-und-hiroaki-nishijima/ … @matrixsynth"

Googlish translation here.

"Amazona:
Can you briefly tell how you came to Korg?

Fumio Mieda:
At first I had to construct no interest in synthesizers, but desire a new organ and therefore met Mr Kato, that was so 1968/1969. He listened to my ideas and gave me the OK to build a prototype for him. Because there should be two manuals and I had thought different functions, it took around one and a half years until I had finished the organ. So, at least I thought it would be an organ, but the people I showed it said: 'This is no organ, which is a synthesizer!'.

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