How to Wreck a Nice Beach: The Vocoder from World War II to Hip-Hop, the Machine Speaks (Dave Tompkins)
Keywords: vocoder, DJs, Afrofuturism, Jonzun Crew, Homer Dudley, Bell Labs, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Tommy Boy, Talkbox, Afrika Bambaata, encryption, turntables, scrambling, harmonics, OVC, Sun Ra, Bill Sebastian
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