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9/2: Musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens answers some questions

8/5: James Murphy talks about his favorite synths, his first live gig and New York City. Read the interview here

8/3: The Synth History Podcast is out! Episode one is on electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos

7/3: Love Hultén makes retro futuristic inspired custom synthesizers. Read the interview and learn about his process.  

6/26: Synth History Vol. 3 is up on Spotify. Featuring DEVO, Yello, Afrika Bambaataa, Brian Eno, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Patrick Cowley and more.

Interview With Love Hultén

I originally discovered Love Hultén via his retro gaming console designs. Someone had sent me a post of his via Instagram and I was hooked! After following his account for quite some time and delving a little deeper, I became infatuated with his custom synthesizer casings, like the Carrier 37 and Prism 37, custom made wooden cases for the Korg Minilogue, a four-voice analog synthesizer. Everything is produced, polished, and assembled by Hultén himself in Gothenburg, Sweden. Synth History: How did Love Hultén start? Hultén: I attended a local school of design in 2010 and discovered the passion for woodworking. And as a young boy, I used to tear electronic toys apart trying to understand thei

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Interview with James Murphy

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