Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd.

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Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd.

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Dr. Peter Zinovieff established Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd. (EMS) in 1969 and was its director until 1979, at which time the company's assets were bought by Datanomics. It was later sold again, and Robin Wood acquired the full rights of EMS in 1995. Individuals involved in the company include Tristram Cary (director, 1969-1973), David Cockerell (analogue/digital design, 1969-1972), Robin Wood (sales/demonstrator, 1970- ), Alan Sutcliffe (software, 1969-1979), Peter Grogono (software, 1969-1979), Jim Lawson (software, 1973-1976), John Holbrook (studio assistant/sales demonstrator, 1971-1972), Graham Wood (service manager, 1971-1977), Peter Eastty (digital design, 1972-1977), Richard Monkhouse (digital and video design, 1972-1975), Tim Orr (analogue design, 1972-1977), and Graham Hinton (analogue/digital design, 1978-1979).


London, England
Putney, England
Oxfordshire, England

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Created March 26, 2020.




Graham Hinton, Electronic Music Studios: The Inside Story (December 27, 2002).

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