Scott Wedge and Dave Rossum attended college together and soon developed a few clever ways of combining their engineering training with their passion for music. They began creating sound controllers for the boom of synthesizers hitting the market in the 1970s. While supplying a growing number of electronic instrument companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, they decided to form their own company, E-mu. E-mu has been described as one of the cornerstone organizations that pioneered a number of products critical to the growth of electronic musical instruments – a list much too long for this bio. Scott and Dave were interviewed together during the NAMM show on January 21, 2007.
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