Last week, Mixmag reported that digital music icon Moby plans to promote 200 of his drum machines from his personal non-public assortment for charity the net market, Reverb.com.
100 per cent of the proceeds from Moby's assortment will likely be donated to the Physicians Comitee for Responsible Medicine.
Ahead of this large sale, which is able to seem on the Official Moby Reverb Shop on October 11, Reverb.com has posted a 15-minute documentary concerning the historical past of the drum machine by means of Moby's in depth assortment - which he estimates is the most important on the earth.
Titled 'Electric Rhythm: The History of the Drum Machine', the documentary follows each Moby and host William Kurk as they hint the lineage of the drum machine and clarify how these highly effective devices have perpetually influenced our music and the way in which we understand rhythm because the 1930s.
Watch the documentary under.