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The Moog synthesizer was developed by the Robert Moog Corporation in the 1950s. Its use as a musical instrument was demonstrated at the Monterrey Pop Festival in 1967. The following year, using a Moog synthesizer, Wendy Carlos recorded Switched On Bach , one of the biggest selling classical albums of the era. The title went on to inspire a series of Stereolab releases. In 1969 jazz pianist Dick Hyman began tinkering with the Moog.

Hyman completed his freshman year at Columbia University , and in June 1945, he enlisted in the Army, transferred to the Navy, and began playing in the band department. When he returned to Columbia, he won an on-air piano competition, earning him 12 free lessons with Teddy Wilson , the Swing Era pianist who a decade earlier had broken the race barrier as a member of the Benny Goodman Trio. A few years later, Hyman himself became Goodman's pianist. [4]


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