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Renowned sound engineer and studio designer John L. Sayers has left us. Well-known for numerous Australian hit records and countless others from the 60s on, John more recently concentrated on studio design for some of the best studios worldwide. He also was the creator of the immensely popular Studio Design Forums.
http://johnlsayers.com/ - check out some of his studio designs! And forums.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_L_Sayers

Yes not strictly a musician, but an incredibly important stalwart of the music biz. RIP
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Peter, Paul, and Mary Queen of Scots is not dead yet.
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RIP András Ligeti
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Dr. Lonnie Smith passed away on Sept. 28th, he was one of the few remaining masters of the infamous Hammond B3 Organ in a funky Jazz context.
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GMaq wrote: Thu Sep 30, 2021 5:15 am Dr. Lonnie Smith passed away on Sept. 28th, he was one of the few remaining masters of the infamous Hammond B3 Organ in a funky Jazz context.
Totally missed this one :( Thanks. RIP
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RIP Koichi Sugiyama, of Dragon Quest's fame
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RIP Paddy Moloney from the Chieftains
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