Synthesizerstudio Bonn

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Opening in 1971 Synthesizer Studio, in Bonn, Germany, was the world's first speciality store for synthesizers. It closed in 1999.[1]

In 1976 when Kraftwerk began recording Trans-Europe Express at their Kling Klang studio,[2] Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider had commissioned Dirk Matten & Hans-Joachim Wiechers, of Synthesizer Studio to design and build two 32-step music sequencers. These Synthanormas controlled the band’s Minimoog creating the album's rhythmic sound.[3]

In 1983 SSB worked together with EEH to build the Syntec Banana polyphonic synthesizer.[4]

References

  1. ^ Synthesizerstudio Bonn
  2. ^ Bussey, P, Kraftwerk – Man Machine & Music, SAF Publishing 1993, page 79
  3. ^ Flür, W, I Was A Robot, Sanctuary Publishing, 2001, page 96
  4. ^ www.synrise.de

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