Electronic Music Links

Did you know that The Who used an ARP arpeggiator/randomizer for the track of "Won't Get Fooled Again"? This is the theme song for "CSI Miami".

They also used an ARP Synth, just the arpeggiator, but not the randomizer for "Who Are You", also the theme song for the main CSI. Good to see these songs making a comeback.


PAIA- the grandfather of electronic music kits. My first electronic device was a GNOME.

Michael McDonald, famous for his music with the Doobie Brothers and Kenny Loggins "This Is It" used a special synthesizer for his "What A Fool Believes" track. This was a great inspiration to me as a 7th grader. I fell in love with the sound on that tune. I didn't know it at the time that it was an Oberheim 4-voice polyphonic.

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Schematic Connection- Schematics for sale of various synthesizers

Ramsey Electronics

dbx White Paper
-DeeT's What Compressor Page
E-Music DIY Archive - Manuals - ARP
Price list - Inventory by Category
Product FolderVCA610, Wideband Voltage Controlled Amplifier
Schematics for the ARP Odyssey Synthesizer
SSM2165 Compressor
ST Products
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Loudspeaker L LOSS Pads
Steel Pan Tuning - Steel drums for panmaking
ARP Synthesizers

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