Before there was Fantoms, Tritons and even software such as Reason, a company by the name of Moog was creating funky sonic algorithms for the music world. Life and Times visits the good people at Moog to break down how their genius enginuity has helped them surpassed the test of time.
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First and foremost, I have to say that I am not a fan of battle rappers. Mainly because I like to listen to actual songs rather than insults but hey, that’s my personal preference. Cortez, a battle rapper, breaks the mold of the stereotype being that he is probably the only modern day rapper of battle that has been able to sound good over a beat. If you feel otherwise, by all means, prove me wrong.
The legendary Prince Paul and his son sit down in the studio to debate the difference between analog and digital sounds. In this digital world, who really wins?
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