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The Eerie Aural World of Robert Moog

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The Eerie Aural World of Robert Moog

Remembrances

The Eerie Aural World of Robert Moog

The Eerie Aural World of Robert Moog

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We remember Robert Moog, inventor of the Moog synthesizer. He died this week at age 71.

Guest:

Lawrence Fritts, professor of composition and theory, director, Electronic Music Studios at the University of Iowa's School of Music in Iowa City

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