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On the Hot seat

Hands-on, from classical to rock

Eran Egozy, cofounder and chief technology officer, Harmonix Music Systems

(Jonathan Wiggs/Boston Globe)
December 16, 2007

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Eran Egozy plays clarinet in the critically acclaimed Radius Ensemble and has performed in a Balinese gamelan group, but his biggest impact on the world of music may be putting fake instruments into the hands of millions of wannabe rock stars as chief technology officer of Harmonix Music Systems, a company he cofounded with Alex Rigopulos. The Cambridge company broke ... (Full article: 813 words)

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