Vintage drum machines – and their colour palettes – are things of beauty. Not only have they shaped popular music in more ways than anyone could have imagined when the Wurlitzer Side Man was first brought into the world back in 1959, but they have acted as a canvas for designers working for instruments designers to grow and experiment alongside the technology itself.
May 9, 2017
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