Archive for the 'Artists' Category

29
Jun
16

A Brief history of Anti-Records and Conceptual Records

Great article by Ron Rice on the history of artists and sound reproduction.

24
Jan
13

Chris Watson On Recording The Music Of The Natural World

Chris Watson On Recording The Music Of The Natural World

No-one else can hear the world like you can when you put those headphones on

Great interview with Chris Watson of Cabaret Voltaire, on his experience making recordings in the field.

06
Nov
08

Tone Generation

Tone Generation is a radio/podcast series on the history of electronic music. Looks a bit more geared to the academic composers, but great stuff overall.

03
Apr
08

Stockhausen – On sound and composition

Interesting lecture on the origin of composition for sound. He gets close to the idea of sound works being outside music… you can almost hear that barrier in his mind get pushed.

11
Sep
07

The EMF’s David Tudor page

This web site is dedicated to the life and work of David Tudor: composer, musician, and chef. In creating this comprehensive database, we hope to help open David Tudor’s music to a wider audience and provide a platform for learning as well as for input from those who have been touched by his influence.

10
Sep
07

Listening machines @ Georgia Tech

http://www.music.gatech.edu/mtg/lm/