Alan R Perlman and Jim Heintz Present Way Out Wares TimewARP 2600

New York, NY (September 21, 2005)--On Saturday, October 8, during the NYC AES Convention, M-Audio will host an event attended by Alan R. Perlman, who created one of the first commercially available synthesizers, the ARP 2600, in 1970. 35 years later, M-Audio is commemorating Perlman's contribution to the music industry in a ceremony and presentation of the new TimewARP 2600 from Way Out Ware.
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New York, NY (September 21, 2005)--On Saturday, October 8, during the NYC AES Convention, M-Audio will host an event attended by Alan R. Perlman, who created one of the first commercially available synthesizers, the ARP 2600, in 1970. 35 years later, M-Audio is commemorating Perlman's contribution to the music industry in a ceremony and presentation of the new TimewARP 2600 from Way Out Ware.

Distributed worldwide by M-Audio, the TimewARP 2600 is a virtual emulation of the ARP 2600. Saturday's event will take place from 5:00-6:00PM in Room 1E03 at NYC's Javits Center, and will include a look back at Perlman's mark on 20th century music, a TimewARP 2600 demo, and a Q&A session with Mr. Perlman, TimewARP 2600 developer Jim Heintz, and other special guests.

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