The ARP 2600 is one of the most iconic synthesizers ever made. (And easily the most expensive piece of music equipment I’ve ever actually touched.) Everyone from Brian Eno, to the Beastie Boys, Nine Inch Nails and Stevie Wonder have played one. It was even used to create the voice of R2-D2. And after being discontinued 39 years ago it’s making a limited return to production thanks to Korg.
Korg resurrects the legendary ARP 2600 synth for a limited run
Source: Yahoo.com – Technology