Moby will offer right around 200 drum machines from his gathering through online apparatus and record commercial center Reverb.
The deal, which begins next Thursday, October eleventh, draws from Moby's private collection. He writes: '"I've always been a little obsessed with drum machines," Moby writes on the sale. "In fact, I've always been a lot obsessed with drum machines. Over the years, I presumptuously believe that I have come up with the largest collection of analog drum machines in the world."
Tal incorporates pieces like the Roland TR-909 he purchased at New York's Rogue Music in the '90s, and to a great degree uncommon machines like two Chamberlin Rhythmates, which were produced in a version of around 10 of every 1949. He'll likewise be offering a MXR Drum Computer, around twelve Univox drum machines and the '50s-period Wurlitzer Side Man, a standing drum machine with an implicit speaker.
Continues from the deal will profit The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. The Los Angeles-based craftsman has beforehand collaborated with Reverb to offer his synths and records for philanthropy.
Learn More about the sale here.
Watch a video of Moby's drum machine collection below.