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November 30, 2008 It seems as if, in these waning weeks of our Music & Technology series, we've generated a contradiction. And as it has been so many times before, the resolution is -- wait for it -- Kanye West.
November 16, 2008 For our Music and Technology series this week, we talked to MIT's Tod Machover about his so-called hyperinstruments -- and their implications for the future of music making. But due to the time constraints of radio, we weren't able to keep in the ...
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November 9, 2008 Last week, I stood just inches away from a Stradivarius and a Guarneri del Gesu. Liane actually touched the Strad. There I was, holding a microphone over the piano top they were resting on, my hands quivering a bit in fear that I'd drop the mic on...
November 2, 2008 Liane Hansen on the Clive Davis School of Recorded Music at New York University where they train students for the music industry.
October 25, 2008 Ned Wharton, Senior Producer
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