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Conductors have a problem that most musicians never run into. They rarely have an instrument to practice on. A pianist can find a piano, a guitarist can open her case, but finding a group to act as a musical guinea pig is not so easy.  WFIU’s Cliff Gagliardo reports that’s where  Indiana University’s School of Informatics‘ Professor Chris Raphael‘s latest projects and his previous work.

Cliff Gagliardo

Born in Oxnard, California, Clifford came to Bloomington in 2005. Currently, Clifford is a student at the Jacobs School of Music, studying music composition. He joined WFIU in May 2007, working as an announcer, broadcast assistant, and Ether Game scriptwriter. Clifford has a broad set of interests, including literature, art, philosophy and film.

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