New Album, 'Sounds Of The Unborn,' Gets A Prenatal Assist Luca Yupanqui recorded her contributions to the album while still in the womb. For the recording sessions, her parents used "biosonic MIDI technology" to translate Luca's movements into musical notes.

New Album, 'Sounds Of The Unborn,' Gets A Prenatal Assist

New Album, 'Sounds Of The Unborn,' Gets A Prenatal Assist

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Luca Yupanqui recorded her contributions to the album while still in the womb. For the recording sessions, her parents used "biosonic MIDI technology" to translate Luca's movements into musical notes.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Here's a fly new artist making her musical debut. It's from an album called "Sounds Of The Unborn" because Luca Yupanqui recorded her contributions while she was still in the womb.

(SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC)

KING: For the recording sessions, her parents used biosonic MIDI technology to translate Luca's movements into musical notes, capturing her prenatal essence. I guess it beats a sonogram. It's MORNING EDITION.

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