by by by 4/28/2011 5:08 AM

If you've played or even seen vintage keyboards on a major tour, chances are that the Hammond B-3, Rhodes or Wurly electric pianos, Clavinet, and synths have been gone through with a fine-tooth comb by Ken Rich Sound Services . Both a restorer and a customizer, his jobs range from bringing Hammond organs back to th

4/20/2011 2:42 PM

The Internet age is about freedom of information, and anyone who’d try to stop an information leak about a new synth must be an evil corporate censor, right? Wrong. I recently had to play the "evil corporate censor" to contain

4/13/2011 11:07 AM

I recently reached out to my composer brethren and friends asking if they would be willing to talk about their successes as composers. To my delight, everyone I contacted was excited to throw down some knowledge.I suggested that because the

4/6/2011 12:29 PM

by Jon Regen   Most of the time, a musical debut focuses on the artist behind a particular instrument. But last night in New York City, the attention was as much on the instrument as it was on the storied

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