Amid Washington’s graduation season, we look at the craft of writing and delivering commencement speeches. What advice sticks — and what doesn’t?
Robert Moog was a pioneer of electronic music. From theremins to his celebrated Minimoog synthesizer, his instruments featured in some of the most iconic musical compositions over the last four decades. Join Kojo for a look at Moog’s life and legacy.
- Trevor Pinch Professor of Science & Technology Studies and Sociology, Cornell University; Author, "Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer" (Harvard University Press)
- Steve Oppenheimer Editor in Chief, Electronic Musician and Music Education Technology Magazines
- Larry Fast Composer/ Producer
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