Mark Brend is an author and musician who lives in Exeter, Devon. His books include Strange Sounds and American Troubadours, and his journalism has appeared in Record Collector, Mojo, Art & Music and many other publications. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
The Sound of Tomorrow: How Electronic Music was Smuggled into the Mainstream
Bloomsbury Academic, 2012
...The unwritten person specification for an electronic music pioneer included some combination of musical and technical aptitude, acquired either through formal education or self-motivated exploration. Wendy Carlos (formerly Walter, born...
Roshanak Kheshti is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and affiliate faculty in the Critical Gender Studies Program at the University of California, San Diego, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...So much, popular and scholarly, has been written about the synthesizer, Bob Moog and his brand-name instrument, and even Wendy Carlos, the musician who made this instrument famous. No one, however, has examined the importance of spy...
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