I just finished watching a 2-hour Documentary called: "Electromotive - The Story of ARP Instruments".
Even though I grew-up through the initial Synthesizer explosion, in the 70s, this video was very informative.
The ARP company employed some VERY smart, "thinking outside the box" people. They were "in the zone" and the Musical Instruments they created had a HUGE influence on the world's Music… even today. Some of the techniques used in the design of those Instruments were at the leading edge of that technology. Some of their ideas even influence the development of some modern Electronic Musical Instruments.
Here's the link to the ARP Documentary:
Here's the link to the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation website:
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