Electronic music pioneer Suzanne Ciani explains synthesizers on kids TV show (1980)


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Awesomeness times 10.


This isn’t from just any 1980 episode of 3-2-1 contact, this is from the very first episode.


A girl?

With a synthesizer?

They don’t even come in pink!


Suzanne Ciani also contributed her voice and music to the Xenon pinball machine in 1979. It was the first talking game from Bally, and the first game with a female voice in general.

More info is available at her website.



She also had a record out the other year with Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, who I’m going to see next week


Und wenn ich diese Taste drück’
spielt er ein kleines Musikstück.


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