Comment by Peter Van Buren Peter Van Buren Reply October 14, 2020 at 4:16 pm Wasn’t this also a synthesizer? I am not sure I recorded much, but I definitely played with the Synthesizer.
Comment by Peter Van Buren
Peter Van Buren October 14, 2020 at 4:16 pm
Wasn’t this also a synthesizer? I am not sure I recorded much, but I definitely played with the Synthesizer.
Comment by Dan Sroka
Dan Sroka February 3, 2021 at 1:42 am
There was an awesome analog synth over in the music building in the 80s. Took an electronic music composition class (taught by Dan Warner) that I was very curious about, but alas, turned out to be very bad at!
Comment by Roger Mellen
Roger Mellen June 18, 2021 at 7:04 pm
There was first a Moog synthesizer in Franklin Patterson Hall. It was stolen. (About 1973) Then there was an Arp.
Comment by John Linn
John Linn July 12, 2021 at 9:38 pm
There was still a Moog mixing board, though. I think I read somewhere that it was one of the only ones Moog ever built.
Comment by Michael Gilbert
Michael Gilbert August 10, 2021 at 1:03 am
I recorded parts of my first album in that studio. The big synth was an ARP 2500, which was awesome except for its ongoing maintenance needs. I studied with Randall McClellan. I’d love a few days of access to that studio now (time machine?)!
Remembering Buzz Goddard, Caleb Weissberg, Craig O’Donnell, and Jim Whittemore, John Zieman over from UMass, and many more lost in the haze of memory. Jan Swafford, composer, who I hung out with for a few years. Roland Wiggins, Vishnu Wood, and later, James Baldwin (his effect on all of the arts was very remarkable!
Comment by Chris Allen
Chris Allen October 6, 2021 at 3:22 am
Is that Craig O’Donnell and Jim Wright in the photo, ca. ’76?