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A wrist-worn, automatic music-maker

By Mark Baard
November 8, 2010

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A true artist can make music out of anything. It’s been said that Brian Eno sometimes picked up junk on Canal Street in New York to use in his recordings if he liked the sound the found objects made when banged together. (Full article: 511 words)

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