How Do You Create the Sound of Luxury?

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By Josh Sims Richard Devine does a pretty good impression of the bleeps, whoops, ding and blips that our World of electronics is now punctuated by. In fact, he often sounds them out before seeking to recreate them on the banks of screens, keyboards and mixing desks that form his working environment. It’s constant play with the pitch and timbre. The acclaimed Atalanta-based electronic musician has been busy over recent years composing — designing, they call it — just such tiny symphonies for the likes of Target, Barnes & Noble, LG, Coca-Cola and Absolut, as well as for some of the tools of his …

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