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-In [[1954]], [[Les Paul]] commissions [[Ampex]] to build the first [[8-track (multitrack)|eight track]] [[tape recorder]], at his own expense.+'''Ampex''' is an [[United States|American]] electronics company founded in 1944 by [[Alexander M. Poniatoff]]. The name AMPEX is an [[acronym]], created by its founder, which stands for '''A'''lexander '''M'''. '''P'''oniatoff '''Ex'''cellence. At one time public, Ampex is currently a privately held company.
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Ampex is an American electronics company founded in 1944 by Alexander M. Poniatoff. The name AMPEX is an acronym, created by its founder, which stands for Alexander M. Poniatoff Excellence. At one time public, Ampex is currently a privately held company.



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