By Marianna Nash
If you’ve ever had time to mess around in Ableton, you’re familiar with the rush you get when you’ve found a new way to put sounds together — a way that feels evocative, exhilarating and completely original. But before electronic production technology could fit in your lap, electronic pioneers were experimenting in analog.
Isao Tomita was one of them. Known simply as Tomita, the Japanese electronic music producer is famed for his innovative compositions and unique interpretations of classical music. He passed away in May, but his work lives on, inspiring today’s students of electronic music to continually push the boundaries of what’s possible.
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