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Filled with rage and pleasure, Imogen Heap on making music with machines / WSJ VIDEO

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Imogen Heap gives advice for aspiring musicians, shares favorite lyrics and explains why she's interested in a human-machine collaboration for an upcoming project.

With four full-length solo albums, two of which were self released, a record certified gold by the RCAA and two Grammy's under her belt, Imogen Heap, who hosted this year's The 2020 Grammys Premiere Ceremony ahead of the evening's telecast has been nominated for her work on Broadway's Harry Potter And The Cursed Child in the best musical theater album category.  Heap's pioneering influence on pop music trends for the past decade have gone largely unnoticed. She is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and the first and only female artist to have won a Grammy for engineering her own album. 

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