Malcolm Cecil, Producer for Stevie Wonder and Co-Creator of Revolutionary Tonto Synth, Dead at 84

Malcolm Cecil, Producer for Stevie Wonder and Co-Creator of Revolutionary Tonto Synth, Dead at 84
Malcolm Cecil, producer of several classic Stevie Wonder albums and co-designer of the world’s largest analog synth, known as Tonto, died Sunday, March 28th. He was 84.

The Bob Moog Foundation confirmed Cecil’s death, saying his son, Milton, had informed the organization of the news. An official cause of death was not given, though the foundation’s statement said Cecil died “after a long illness.”

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the passing of the legendary creative genius, musician, engineer, producer, & synthesizer pioneer, Malcolm Cecil,
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