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hile a student at music college, a kindly and respected professor offered to introduce me to a composer who was something of a hero of mine. Paddy Kingsland had been one of the second wave of composers at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. A timely trip to Kingsland’s post-BBC studio in West London gave me the chance to meet him, while also picking up a second-hand purchase for the college – his PPG Wave 2.2.

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