11/2/20: This is two years old, but I just discovered the release of a video interview (part 1, part 2) that I did for Church Studio Legends, a video series about the history of Leon Russell's Church Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a recording studio this he built from a church that he had bought. I discuss working with Leon Russell in around 1975 when I was around 20 years old, and how I learned many things from him, including how he planted the idea of a programmable drum machine in my mind.
11/15/22: I've just created three new LinnStrument videos: 1) A demonstration of some of the sounds in my LinnStrument MPE library for Surge XT. (Click) 2) A performance of "Over the Rainbow" on LinnStrument, using a Theremin sound. (Click) 3) A demonstration of LinnStrument's Hidden Settings. (Click)
10/27/22: The total number of LinnStrument and LinnStrument 128 units sold is now more than 4000.
10/26/22: I've just posted an updated collection (now 51 total) of my MPE sounds for Surge XT on the Surge XT page. Surge XT is the new official recommended synth for LinnStrument. It's extremely versatile, works on mac/windows/linux, is open source, and is FREE.
8/23/22: I (Roger) am hosting a monthly Zoom call to discuss all things LinnStrument. It's on the first Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am California time.
3/23/22: The last AdrenaLinn III was sold today and the pedal is now discontinued. The original AdrenaLinn was released in 2001, followed by AdrenaLinn II in 2003 and AdrenaLinn III in 2007, all of which you can learn about by clicking the ABOUT menu > MUSEUM. It was a fun 21-year run, and reflects my (Roger's) passion for processing electro-acoustic instruments like guitar through rhythmic filtering and effects. Now my focus in on better human interfaces for musical performance like LinnStrument, so I have no plans for further guitar pedals.