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Feature Photo: SYNTHESTHESIA

Photo Courtesy of Live From Studio B

Photo Courtesy of Live From Studio B

Danny Evans and Louise Edwards

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College junior Harley Foos, left, and College sophomore Claire Kotarski experiment with synthesizers at Studio B at SYNTHESTHESIA last Sunday. The WOBC-affiliated organization Live From Studio B hosted SYNTHESTHESIA to create a space for students to improvise together. Whether students owned electronic music gear and had significant experience playing synthesizers or had never laid hands on a synthesizer before, everyone was welcome. Live from Studio B normally focuses on broadcasting live performances by both visiting professionals and student artists each Sunday for WOBC. Julia Julian is playing the first session this semester on Sunday from 2–3 p.m.; other bands that have been featured this year include Pisca, Xuan Rong and Girlpool. The Live From Studio B team recorded demos of the music that had been written and improvised throughout SYNTHESTHESIA at the end of the event.

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