MATRIXSYNTH: TRAILER /// Electromotive: The Story of ARP Instruments

Friday, January 03, 2020

TRAILER /// Electromotive: The Story of ARP Instruments

Published on Jan 3, 2020 Alex Ball

"In 1969 Alan Robert Pearlman founded Tonus Inc with goal of building a synthesizer.

From a small building Kenneth Street, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts a handful of engineers designed the ARP Electronic Music Synthesizer and unveiled it the world in 1970.

Over the next decade their synthesizers were immortalised in the music of many of the greatest artists, film composers and sound designers of the 1970s and played a significant part in defining the sound of the era.

Whilst the company closed its doors in 1981, their mark was permanent and the story was far from over.

Featuring never-before-seen interviews with the pioneers who did it, along with demonstrations of all of their iconic creations; this is Electromotive: The Story of ARP Instruments.

Coming 2020."

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