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"open" [k] flower | Neil Cosgrove
i've compiled together an albums worth of Supercollider material. it has its own feel but is in the ambient / drone / musique concrète genre. all done in the interrupter with only a couple of verbs added after. so 99% SC. apologies if you’ve already seen this in facebook but if you care to check it out you can listen here, i'm pretty happy with the results. :)
neil  costrove  super  collider  ambient  electronic  computer  music  dark  Brighton 
9 weeks ago by gdw
Electronic Music Interactive, 2nd edition
Electronic Music Interactive v. 2 is a multimedia primer for electronic music that prepares students for more advanced study. Electronic Music Interactive v. 2 includes diagrams, interactive animations with sound, and a glossary that defines the content distributed across topic modules. Among the topics discussed are how sound is represented in the analog and digital domains, basic waveforms, basic synthesis modules, and MIDI. Students and teachers of electronic music everywhere are invited to try the new version of Electronic Music Interactive!
jeffrey  stolet  multimedia  primer  electronic  music  univ  oregon  kyma 
june 2019 by gdw
ABOUT | Feminatronic
Celebrating the eclecticism of Electronic Artists who identify as Female
sonami  Celebrating  the  eclecticism  of  Electronic  Artists  who  identify  as  Female 
january 2019 by gdw
Parov Stelar - Wikipedia
Parov Stelar, Electronic Music Star
(26) Inspires millions around the globe with his blues- and swing-infused electronic music.
Parov  Stelar  Electronic  Music  Star  Marcus  Füreder 
november 2018 by gdw
Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture
Dancecult is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal for the study of electronic dance music culture (EDMC). A platform for interdisciplinary scholarship on the shifting terrain of EDMCs worldwide, the journal houses research exploring the sites, technologies, sounds and cultures of electronic music in historical and contemporary perspectives.
journal  electronic  dance  music  culture 
june 2018 by gdw
Dancecult Research Network
Dancecult Research Network (DRN) is an interdisciplinary network of academics, scholars and students researching all aspects of electronic dance music culture (EDMC). The DRN acknowledges that, from proto-disco through what is today labelled “EDM”, from the practice of the DJ to the present ubiquity of dance clubs, the aesthetics, politics and cultures of electronic dance music permeate underground and popular movements.
electronic  dance  music  culture  network 
june 2018 by gdw
c / a | H Y P E R _ H O L O G R A M _ 2min. on Vimeo

we are c / a [pronounced as cslasha], an anonymous electronic music duo. we just wanted to introduce our work to you.

we work with ML and AI and performed a major body of work called HYPER_HOLOGRAM for the first time last month. it was at Sonar Festival, Istanbul.

here is a two minute preview of the live show.
magenta  anonymous  electronic  music  duo 
june 2018 by gdw
Strymon - fine music electronics and effects pedals
We want to build products with no compromises. We want to push the limits of technology in music. We want to redefine what is possible with music gear. We want to use exceptionally great components and ridiculously powerful processors. We want to make gear that sounds better than anything you’ve ever heard. We want to make our customers happy. We want you to be inspired to create amazing music.
music  electronic  effects  pedals 
march 2018 by gdw
Motion Soundscape
Motion Soundscape
Experimental electronic music, applications and devices
Motion  Soundscape  Experimental  electronic  music  applications  and  devices 
july 2017 by gdw
One of the first-ever electronic music soundtracks reissued on vinyl
Richard Einhorn’s 100% analog synth score for Nazi zombie cult classic Shock Waves makes its vinyl debut via Waxwork. The film, which starred London horror luminary Peter Cushing, was released in 1977 and featured one of the first-ever electronic music soundtracks
early  electronic  music  soundtrack  vinyl 
september 2016 by gdw
Can electronic music revolutionise school music lessons? | Music | The Guardian
In an effort to stave off the decreasing popularity of music, some secondary school teachers are swapping the traditional classical-based curriculum for Ableton hardware and YouTube tutorials
school  music  lessons  youtube  ableton  electronic 
july 2016 by gdw
Modulations - Full Feature Film on Vimeo
MODULATIONS traces the evolution of Electronica music as one of the most profound artistic developments of the 20th century!
documentary  electronic  history  music  terminology 
july 2016 by gdw
Langham Research Centre
Langham Research Centre is a group devoted to authentic performances of classic electronic music, and the creation of new music from their instrumentarium of vintage analogue devices
authentic  performance  classic  electronic  music 
june 2016 by gdw
Langham Research Centre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Langham Research Centre is a group devoted to authentic performances of classic electronic music, and the creation of new music from their instrumentarium of vintage analogue devices. Founded in August 2003, they comprise the composers / radio producers Felix Carey, Iain Chambers, Philip Tagney, and Robert Worby. Their new music follows in the traditions of the Radiophonic Workshop, using reel-to-reel tape machines, sine wave oscillators and other vintage machinery abandoned by the BBC.
classic  electronic  music  authentic  performance 
june 2016 by gdw
From the Club to the Gallery, Electronic Music Made Visual
BERLIN — One of the most prominent figures of the international electronic music scene, Robert Henke has been making music since the beginnings of Berlin techno, after the fall of the wall. Known by many as “Monolake,” Henke also records under his own name and was co-creator of Ableton Live, the now standard software for electronic music production that has completely redefined the practice.
reading  discussion  electronic  music  visul  henke  monolake  pcm 
september 2015 by gdw
Composing Electronic Music
Welcome to the companion website to Composing Electronic Music: A New Aesthetic, by Curtis Roads. You may navigate the site by using the links on the left hand navigation bar.
curtis_roads  book  composition  aesthetic  electronic  music 
august 2015 by gdw
MOMEM - Museum Of Modern Electronic Music
-- MOMEM, Museum of Modern Electronic Music
eno  music  key  technology  MOMEN  museum  of  modern  electronic 
may 2015 by gdw
Design and play modern electronic instruments
Discover awesome sound by linking and modulating dozens of unique audio modules. Perfectly sized modules and cables make it easy to understand the signal flow and experiment with peculiar combinations. Take advantage of the modular audio routing to rewire your instrument in real-time. Invent new music which is incredibly singular
audio  modules  electronic  synth  design 
march 2015 by gdw
Sync/Lost: an Immersive, Multi-User Visualization of Music History - information aesthetics
Sync/Lost [] is a multi-user data visualization installation that allows users to become immersed in the history of electronic music. Starting from a complex timeline, user interactivity allows rhythms and sub-rhythms to merge into new sounds. The user interaction is accomplished with wiimote controls, wireless handheld pointers which are relatively easy to use and learn. The audible feedback is provided via wireless headphones.
The project's objective is to create an interface where people can explore all the connections between the main styles of electronic music through both visual and audible feedback. The interaction with the resulting network graph leads to "a collective consequence in the spatial visualization of information".
electronic  music  infographics 
january 2015 by gdw
Eric Chasalow - Oral History Project
Currently comprising about 50 hours of digitally recorded interviews, The Video Archive of the Electroacoustic Music began in 1996 out of our desire to capture a first-person history of the pioneering composers, scientists, and engineers from 1950 to present.
electronic  music  oral  history  project  eric  chasalow 
september 2014 by gdw
Listening Through the Noise | joo won park
If you are a musician who ever thought “what am I doing?” or “why am I doing this?” about your music and performance, I recommend Listening Through the Noise: The Aesthetics of Experimental Electronic Music by Joanna Demers.
aesthetics  experimental  electronic  music 
july 2014 by gdw
Heroines of Sound Festival 'Spex - Magazin für pop culture
Two days on and with the pioneers of avant-garde electronic music
women  pioneers  electronic  music 
june 2014 by gdw
tUnE-yArDs : NPR
ref Lexi Castle goucher 1993-1997
tune-yards  electronic  one-woman  band  npr 
may 2014 by gdw
Bonnie Jones
Bonnie Jones is a Korean-American writer, improvising musician, and performer working primarily with electronic music and text.
musician  performer  text  electronic  music  high  zero  redroom 
november 2013 by gdw
Radio New Zealand : Concert : Programmes : These Hopeful Machines
A six-part series in which James Gardner traces a personal path through the evolving world of electronic music – and meets some of the people who made it happen.
electronic  music  series 
october 2013 by gdw
BEK - About BEK
BEK, Bergen Center for Electronic Arts, is a non-profit organization situated in Bergen, Norway, functioning as a national resource centre for work within the field of arts and new technology.
BEK works with both artistic and scientific research and development and puts into practice an amount of mixed artistic projects. It also practices an educational program that includes courses, workshops, talks and presentations.
electronic  arts  technology  center  norway 
september 2013 by gdw
Electrospective on Spotify
50 years of electronic music from Virgin, Parlophone, EMI and Mute. Click the image to launch the app.
spotify  electronic  music  50  years 
september 2013 by gdw
Dictionary of the History of Ideas :: :: University of Virginia Library
The articles contained in this Dictionary return us to time when it was still possible to speak with a confident authoritativeness about central ideas in the Western tradition (non-Western traditions make only a marginal appearance in this work, although there are entries on "China in Western Thought and Culture" and "Islamic Conceptions of Intellectual Life"). As we move into a new century, there are still things to be learned from our scholarly authors about such subjects as "Allegory," "Authority," " "Democracy," "Humanism in Italy," "Love," "Protest Movements," "Relativity," "Religious Toleration," "Romanticism" (in various permutations), "Social Attitudes toward Women," and "War and Militarism."

The ideal reader of the Dictionary of the History of Ideas is whoever finds sustenance in the clear exposition of influential ideas. The DHI recounts the historical development of such ideas across a range of disciplines, including philosophy, religion, politics, literature, and the biological, physical, and social sciences.
history  of  ideas  electronic  edition 
july 2013 by gdw
In honor of the beautiful Delia Derbyshire.. | Analog Suicide
Thursday, July 4, 2013

On this day in 2001, we lost the beautiful, vivid sorceress that is Delia Derbyshire. Words are useless in expressing her significance and genius, but I can of course say she’s a tremendous influence & inspiration to many, obviously including myself.
delia  derbyshire  memorial  composer  electronic  music 
july 2013 by gdw
K406•K506 Projects In Electronic Music
Jeffrey Hass, Associate Professor; Director of the Center for Electronic and Computer Music. D.M., Indiana University, 1989
electronic  music  online  text  reference  education  audio 
june 2013 by gdw
Delia Derbyshire: Recording the Future
Delia Derbyshire was a pioneering composer of electronic music who worked at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop from 1960 to 1973
composer  electronic  music  bbc  radiophonic  workshop 
december 2012 by gdw
Dr. Joseph Auner, Tufts University – Technology and Music | WAMC
In today’s Academic Minute, Dr. Joseph Auner of Tufts University explains how musicians have responded to the rapidly shifting technology behind modern electronic instruments.
musicians  respond  to  rapidly  shifting  technology  modern  electronic  instruments 
august 2012 by gdw
Dimitris Lambrianos
With this site I introduce my electronic and microtonal music.
composer  electronic  microtonal 
april 2012 by gdw
About Us :: Artengine
Artengine is a non-profit, artist-run centre that fosters democratic and innovative approaches to electronic art and its evolving relationship with society.
canada  artist  center  electronic  music 
october 2011 by gdw
DJ Tiesto enjoys the rocket ride of electronic dance music -
The Dutch superstar is among a handful of DJs who travel the world on tour and make millions. A laptop and social media are key to the trade.
dj  laptop  socia_media  dutch  superstar  electronic  dance  music 
october 2011 by gdw
Why Doctors Don't Like Electronic Health Records - Technology Review
A physician argues that electronic patient records raise costs, decrease patient visits, and make poor communication tools.
electronic  health  records  raise  costs  decrease  visits 
september 2011 by gdw
The History of Avantgarde Music - StumbleUpon
Piero Scaruffi's
History of Avantgarde MusicInquire about purchasing my books
Author | E-mail | Profiles of composers | Other music pages
My other books: History of Rock Music | History of Jazz Music | History of Pop Music
history  avantgarde  music  Concrete  Dadaism  Post-chamber  Electronic  Minimalism  World-music  Ambient  New-age  Post-jazz 
august 2011 by gdw
Art.on.Wires - society for electronic nomads
Art.on.Wires is a laboratory for creative individuals who inhabit the terrain between electronic culture, visual arts and networked technology.
art  online  society  electronic  culture  networked  technology 
may 2011 by gdw
Mark Lentczner
I: Studied electronic music and computer science in college; Worked at Apple for many years (first on Smalltalk, then Sound research); Ran a software consulting business for even longer; Did a lot of rock climbing; And was a stay-at-home-dad for three years.
haskell  electronic  music-dsp 
april 2011 by gdw
Maurizio Giri
Alessandro Cipriani - Maurizio Giri
Theory and Practice with Max/MSP - Vol. I
book  electronic  music  sound  design  max  msp 
december 2010 by gdw
Future Music: About Us | Future Music Magazine |
Future Music delivers the technique and technology behind the hits. Packed with inspiration for today's modern musician there's reviews of hot new gear, tons of tutorials to help you get the most out of your hardware and software, and exclusive In The Studio features where the stars take apart their tracks on video for our cover-mounted DVD.
future  music  computer  electronic  techniques  hardware  software 
october 2010 by gdw
Dragos Tara
Composer, double bass player and electronic musician, Dragos Tara spends his time between composition and improvisation.
His musical and extra-musical collaborations are motivated by an interst in the game theory, the diversion of social rituals and the extension of instrument and body by technology.
composer  double  bass  electronic  musician  improvisation  High  Zero 
september 2010 by gdw
Home | The Delian Mode
The Delian Mode is a a short experimental documentary revolving around the life and work of electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire, best known for her groundbreaking sound treatment of the Doctor Who theme music. A collage of sound and image created in the spirit of Derbyshire’s unique approach to audio creation and manipulation, this film illuminates such soundscapes onscreen while paying tribute to a woman whose work has influenced electronic musicians for decades.
electronic  music  composer  female  jei  wcl 
august 2010 by gdw
ASCAP Assails Free-Culture, Digital-Rights Groups | Threat Level |
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is urging the membership to donate money to battle the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Public Knowledge and even Creative Commons.
ASCAP  Creative  Commons  Electronic  Frontier  Foundation  Public  Knowledge 
june 2010 by gdw
DEMF.US :: Connecting the World Through Dance and Electronic Music Festivals
Originally, the DEMF acronym represented "Detroit Electronic Music Festival" in honor of its first host city. To further illustrate the growth and important reach of this culturally definitive, globally significant brand and its mark, the acronym now stands for "Dance & Electronic Music Festival."
demf  festival  dance  music  electronic  mada 
april 2010 by gdw
Electronic Music Interactive, 2nd edition
Electronic Music Interactive v. 2 is a multimedia primer for electronic music that prepares students for more advanced study. Electronic Music Interactive v. 2 includes diagrams, interactive animations with sound, and a glossary that defines the content distributed across topic modules. Among the topics discussed are how sound is represented in the analog and digital domains, basic waveforms, basic synthesis modules, and MIDI. Students and teachers of electronic music everywhere are invited to try the new version of Electronic Music Interactive!
electronic  music  interactive  jeffrey  stolet  future  oregon  online 
march 2010 by gdw
Morgan Packard » Bio
Morgan Packard’s sound is rooted in a decade’s immersion in beat-based electronic music and informed by periods of intense study of jazz, western classical music, and computer programming. While his music may be wrangled into the minimal electronic category, he is actually eschewing minimal tropes in favor of highly wrought arrangements – fitting multiple sensibilities into music that could easily be mistaken for existing genres, though when explored carefully, hardly fits into any. Using the form of techno/house/breakbeat music as a beginning, not an end unto itself, Morgan arrives at a sound which manages to synthesize ideas from the worlds of electronics, jazz, and classical in a manner that has no hint of experimentation, but rather a purposeful, concrete rendering of his vision
morgan  packard  composer  sound  electronic 
march 2010 by gdw
Media College - Video, Audio and Multimedia Resources is a free educational and resource website for all forms of electronic media. Topics include video & television production, audio work, photography, graphics, web design and more.

We have hundreds of exclusive tutorials with supporting illustrations, videos, sound bytes and interactive features. You'll also find reference material, utilities and other useful goodies, as well as a helpful forum.

Everything here is 100% free with no strings attached — we only ask that you respect our terms & conditions. We produce this website because we love it and we want you to love it too.
media  resources  free  educational  electronic  video  television  audio  photography  graphics  webdesign  mada 
february 2010 by gdw
Cracked Media: The Sound of Malfunction (9780262013147): Caleb Kelly: Books
a deep, scholarly accounting of the aesthetics of failure. Props to Caleb Kelly for laying bare the various histories of 'malfunction' as a compositional device. This book should be required reading for anyone working in electronic music today."
—Kim Cascone, Composer and Writer
musicology  malfunction  aesthetics  failure  compositional  device  electronic  music 
february 2010 by gdw
Aphex Twin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard David James (born 18 August 1971), aka Aphex Twin, is a British electronic musician described by The Guardian newspaper as "the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music.
electronic  musician  music 
january 2010 by gdw
Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts
For one week each year, the Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts gathers creators and performers of new media arts from around the world to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, USA to showcase their work to the public.
spark  music  festival  electronic  minneapolis  st.  paul 
december 2009 by gdw
KM Music Conservatory :: Become the Future of Music
KM Music Conservatory was founded to expand the horizons of musicians in India. While continuing to respect and strengthen the art of Indian music, KM Music Conservatory also offers an education in Western music and music technology.
KM  music  conservatory  east  west  acoustic  electronic  a.h.rahman 
december 2009 by gdw
Facebook | Présence Electronique
[from the italian]
Présence Electronique aims to stimulate research, development and experimentation in new media and electronic art to spread the creative development
research  development  experimentation  new  media  electronic  art 
november 2009 by gdw
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