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The man who invented the synthesizer

The sound of the synthesizer is so entrenched in the music of the second half of the 20th century that it is hard to imagine the history of pop music without it. But where did it come from? A new book explores the life and times of its inventor. Sean...

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11.40 7 Dec 2022


The man who invented the synthesizer


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11.40 7 Dec 2022


The sound of the synthesizer is so entrenched in the music of the second half of the 20th century that it is hard to imagine the history of pop music without it. But where did it come from? A new book explores the life and times of its inventor.

Sean was joined by Albert Glinsky, Author of ‘Switched On: Bob Moog and the Synthesizer Revolution’...

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