Financial Times interview: ‘I probably spend more time with machines’

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More than four decades ago, a slightly built 28-year-old French musician called Jean-Michel Jarre recorded Oxygène, using an eight-track tape machine and some capricious analogue synthesisers. To say machines have advanced since that breakthrough 1976 album is vastly to understate the state of the electronic art. But Jarre, now a youthful 70, manages to be simultaneously enthusiastic and concerned about technology’s potential. Read more.

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