When I was a kid, I had an electronic piano in the basement of my mom’s house.
It was so easy to play with.
The keys could be moved with a mouse, but I had to think in the real-time.
My mom was a piano teacher, so she used to play piano to me and give me lessons.
I would learn from her every day.
In the 1970s, I began to work at a computer lab, where I could build electronic keyboards for people who wanted to learn how to play music.
I began with just two keys, which were made of thin metal plates.
The first was a wooden key with a little metal plate at the top.
The second key was a thin metal plate with a hole in it.
When you pressed down on the plate, it made the key slide up the plate.
In a few weeks, I was building a keyboard out of those two keys and sold it to a friend.
My friend said, “Oh, you’re the inventor of the electronic keyboard.”
I was like, “I have to be the inventor.
How can I be the inventor?”
I had no idea what I was talking about.
It turns out, I didn’t know how to use the technology. I didn