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Dead Presidents Society Discuss Equipment Design

May 4, 2008

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The Dead Presidents Society may very well be the ultimate meeting of the minds when it comes to computerized and electronic music.  Consisting hardware design pioneers such as Roger Linn, Tom Oberheim, John Chowning and others, the group meets weekly in a Berkeley, California coffee shop to discuss the future of electronic music, hardware, and sound design.  In this discussion, Roger Linn and Dave Smith about the upcoming release of the LinnDrum II drum machine, competition (or lack thereof) among independent equipment designers, and what role the MPC hardware layout has played in the last 20 years.

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