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Tristram Cary

Among Australia’s most well-known and prolific composers. He was regarded as a pioneer of digital and tape music. He co-founded the Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd., which taken to market the very first commercially obtainable portable synthesizer. He was a radar engineer for the Royal Navy during Globe War II. Following the battle, he opened among the first digital music studios. He constructed music for “Doctor Who’s” first Dalek tale series. He also constructed the soundtracks for “Quatermass as well as the Pit” from 1967, and “Bloodstream in the Mummy’s Tomb” from 1971. His dad was Joyce Cary, a well-known pianist and novelist who composed “Mister Johnson.” He resolved in Suffolk for a while, then passed away in Adelaide. He constructed the music for the 1955 dark humor “The Ladykillers” starring Alec Guinness.

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