About The Exhibit
Since the advent of amplification and electric musical instruments in the 1930s, the sonic possibilities within the sphere of popular music have grown significantly. Today, electronic musical instruments offer endless possibilities to the most creative music makers, enabling them to produce a wide range of beats, tones, and textures that were unimaginable just a few years ago.
The GRAMMY Museum and Roland, a major innovator in electronic musical instruments, have teamed to create an exciting laboratory of sound called Roland LIVE. We invite you to explore music-making through the eyes and ears of both the performing and recording artist.