ARP Instruments in the 1970s

Alan Pearlman was destined to be an engineer since the day he was born. His father designed movie theater projectors and his grandfather made parts for phonograph machines. A fascination with sound occupied his interest from an early age. As a child he built amateur radios and in 1948, as a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, he wrote a paper … Continue reading ARP Instruments in the 1970s