Jarre has been at the forefront of electronic music for five decades French composer Jean-Michel Jarre talks about his latest project - an endless piece of music that will live on after his death. As Jean-Michel Jarre chats to BBC News at Web Summit in Lisbon, his phone emits a deafening blast of punk. "Uh-oh," he says, reaching down to turn it off. "I'm not entirely in control of these machines." It's reassuring to learn a man widely regarded as the godfather of electronic music has IT problems like the rest of us. Yet you get the impression he's more capable than most. Take, for example, his latest project Eon - a specially-programmed iPhone app that produces a dynamic, constantly evolving suite of music. "It's like an infinite album," he says.
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