Kenton Celebrates 25 Years In Business

Special website deals available during October and November      21/10/11
Kenton Celebrates 25 Years In Business
John Kenton Price with the new Modular Solo MIDI to CV converter

This month (October 2011) Kenton Electronics celebrates 25 years in business. From humble beginnings back in 1986, the London-based bespoke electronics firm has since grown to become one of the best known companies to anyone involved in music production.
Kenton started as a result of proprietor John Kenton Price building his own MIDI interfaces that would allow him to play his Oberheim OBX from the keyboard of his Hammond Organ. Such was the success of this innovation that many of his musician friends asked if he could build similar units for them.
And so began Kenton's penchant for creating a range of MIDI solutions that have now graced thousands of studios across the globe. Noted clients include Barry Manilow, Underworld, Hans Zimmer, Rick Wakeman, Edgar Winter, Florence & the Machine, The Script and Coldplay.
When asked about reaching such a milestone in Kenton's illustrious life, John Price said: "I've enjoyed the hard work over the years that's earned Kenton its great reputation and loyal customer base. We're still creating unique, world-class solutions for musicians, producers and engineers worldwide, and long may it continue!"
To celebrate 25 years in business Kenton tell us that they will be offering some great deals on its website during October/November.
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