Trevor Pinch & Frank TroccoAnalog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer


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Analog Days

Analog Days, by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco, is an A to Z of synthesizers, which documents the revolutionary world of synths. Pinch and Trocco take us decades to the era that synthesizers were considered to be "experimental" and how inventors like Robert Moog and Don Buchla changed the world. This is a perfect history book for those interested.

Analog Days Features

  • 384 Pages
  • Harvard University Press
  • Published 2004
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