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When Morton Subotnick composed the first commissioned piece of electronica in the early '60s, he was thinking of a future where people would make music in their own homes.
Nearly 50 years later, Morton is living in that world.
JT Street speaks with the "Father of Electronica" on the rise of electronic music on ''Street's Corner.''
Tuesday, February 26 2013, 11:28 AM CST
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