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The Art of Digital Music: 56 Visionary Artists & Insiders Reveal Their Creative Secrets [Paperback]

David Battino , Stewart Copeland

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Growing up in Munich, Robert Henke was inspired to buy a Roland Juno-6 after hearing Jean Michel Jarre's epic album Oxygene. Read the first page
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