The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation, a non-profit corporation, dedicated to preserving the legacy of ARP founder Alan R. Pearlman, shared this ‘lost’ ARP demo from 1973.
The video, A Time For Music….Presents Tom Piggott Playing The ARP Synthesizer, captures a contemporary demonstration of several ARP synths, including the Pro-Soloist, 2600 & Odyssey.
The video is interesting as a demonstration of the instruments, but also as a time capsule for the era when they were introduced.
5 thoughts on “‘Lost’ ARP Demo From 1973”
I though this will only available and shared with Deluxe and VIP supporters of the 2022: A Fifty Year ARP Odyssey Synthposium and Fundraiser event. It is interesting it popped out here
not surprised it was lost.
So that’s why you don’t record anything.
I see the hot knobs syndrome was invented already in mid 1970’s!
I am glad they “found” it. Interesting video, Mr. Piggott gave a good explanation in the beginning and later it looked like he is having fun playing (with) the synths. Overall a very enjoyable watch.