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Photos: Rocking out with an 'aquatar' at Convergence 2006

Convergence 2006 plays host to the MASS (Music Architecture Sonic Sculpture) Ensemble, a group known for its unusual instruments.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor
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Illegal bundling?

Microsoft kicked off Monday at Convergence 2006 with a performance by the MASS (Music Architecture Sonic Sculpture) Ensemble, a group known for its unusual instruments. One, an aquatar, is a mix of a sitar, guitar and bass.

"In another industry that might be seen as illegal bundling," quipped Microsoft Business Solutions chairman Doug Burgum.

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MASS bangs the drum

MASS don't wanna work, they just wanna bang on the drum all day. More spaciness at Convergence 2006.

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