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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.+'''''Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer''''' is a book by [[Trevor Pinch]] and [[Frank Trocco]] first published in 2002. Its main focus is the history of the [[Moog synthesizer|Moog Synthesizer]].
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Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer is a book by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco first published in 2002. Its main focus is the history of the Moog Synthesizer.




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