Jeremy Hill earned his electrical engineering degree and initially worked on missile guidance and radar tracking systems for the government. With a background and passion for recording equipment and electronics, Jeremy jumped at the opportunity to design synthesizers when he learned of a job opening at ARP. When Jeremy joined the team in 1969, they had just finished the ARP 2600 and were looking for an equally powerful product as a follow-up. During his years at ARP he worked on several products including the Odyssey and the Pro-Soloist, which he considers one of his babies as he designed most of that award-winning synthesizer. After leaving the music industry it is interesting to note that Jeremy continued to use his talents and education, playing a key role in the development of several innovative medical products.
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