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Dewanatron Plays Live on Spinning on Air

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

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Dewanatron loads in to WNYC. In the foreground: the Courtesy Modulator.
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Charley, the bomb sniffing dog, gives his approval to the Dual Primate Console.
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An array of Dewanatron inventions. Old folks' aluminum walkers serve as stands for most of the instruments.
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The Swarmatron
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The Dual Primate Console, ready for action in the WNYC studio. Conceived by Leon and Brian Dewan; electronic design by Leon, cabinetry by Brian, built by both cousins.
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The Model A
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The Cartridge Organ, comprised of three 8-track tape players and custom tapes.
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Wires at work for Dewanatron.
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Leon Dewan (left) and Brian Dewan, primates, operate the Dual Primate console.
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Every knob, button, switch, and light--and even the rotary phone dial--serves a purpose.
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Leon Dewan plays the Swarmatron.
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Dewanatron (cousins Leon and Brian Dewan).

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