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-In their book ''[[Analog Days]]'', [[Trevor Pinch]] and [[Frank Trocco]] point to the track "Spaced", from the 1970 [[Beaver & Krause]] album ''[[In a Wild Sanctuary]]'' as the source for Deep Note. They quote synthesizer builder [[Tom Oberheim]] as saying the original analog form is much richer than the "digital perfection" used in movie theatres.+In their book ''[[Analog Days]]'', [[Trevor Pinch]] and [[Frank Trocco]] point to the track "[[Spaced]]", from the 1970 [[Beaver & Krause]] album ''[[In a Wild Sanctuary]]'' as the source for [[Deep Note]]. They quote synthesizer builder [[Tom Oberheim]] as saying the original analog form is much richer than the "digital perfection" used in movie theatres.
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In their book Analog Days, Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco point to the track "Spaced", from the 1970 Beaver & Krause album In a Wild Sanctuary as the source for Deep Note. They quote synthesizer builder Tom Oberheim as saying the original analog form is much richer than the "digital perfection" used in movie theatres.




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