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'''East coast''' versus '''West coast''' refers to the two different styles of electronic music synthesis developed in the early 1960s in parallel and unknown to each other, on opposite sides of the USA. By [[Moog Music Inc|Moog]] in Trumansburg, New York, and [[Buchla Electronic Musical Instruments|Buchla]] in Berkley, California.<ref>[http://audio.tutsplus.com/articles/buyers-guides/everything-you-need-to-know-to-get-into-hardware-modular-synths/ Everything You Need to Know to Get Into Hardware Modular Synths] by Adam Burucs, 6 September 2013</ref><ref name="ad">Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer, by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco, Harvard University Press, 2002, hardcover ISBN 0-674-00889-8, 2004 paperback ISBN 0-674-01617-3</ref>
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East coast versus West coast refers to the two different styles of electronic music synthesis developed in the early 1960s in parallel and unknown to each other, on opposite sides of the USA. By Moog in Trumansburg, New York, and Buchla in Berkley, California.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ Everything You Need to Know to Get Into Hardware Modular Synths by Adam Burucs, 6 September 2013
  2. ^ Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer, by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco, Harvard University Press, 2002, hardcover ISBN 0-674-00889-8, 2004 paperback ISBN 0-674-01617-3