NPR Fresh Air | Hip hop legend and film composer RZA talks about Kurzweil Music

March 7, 2005

Source: NPR Fresh Air — March 7, 2005 | Terry Gross

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NPR | The RZA is one of the founding members of the kung-fu-meets-hip-hop group the Wu Tang Clan. He has also written film scores, including Kill Bill and Ghost Dog. Now he has turned his efforts to a new book, The Wu Tang Manual. The RZA is also known as the Abbot, Bobby Digital, Prince Dynamite and more. His birth name is Robert F. Diggs.

Dave Weiser, Kurzweil Music Systems | Hip hop legend and film composer RZA talks to Terry Gross on NPR. He talks about Kurzweil Music, its VAST (Variable Architecture Synthesis) technology, and his personal technique starting at 9:45. Listen to the full audio interview below.

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