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Chadabe based his writing on more than interviews with the musicians, engineers and entrepreneurs that developed the technology and created new approaches to music, including Robert Moog, the inventor of the first commercially successful synthesizer; Max Mathews, the inventor of digital audio; Ikutaro Kakehashi, President of Roland Corporation, who first proposed the MIDI standard; and pioneering composers such as Pierre Henry, Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, David Tudor, and many more. The book contains information never before published. Table of Contents. Preface The pioneers in the first half of the twentieth century 1. The Early Instruments Tape music and related technology, in the studio and in performance 2.

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Chadabe based his writing on more than interviews with the musicians, engineers and entrepreneurs that developed the technology and created new approaches to music, including Robert Moog, the inventor of the first commercially successful synthesizer; Max Mathews, the inventor of digital audio; Ikutaro Kakehashi, President of Roland Corporation, who first proposed the MIDI standard; and pioneering composers such as Pierre Henry, Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, David Tudor, and many more.

The book contains information never before published. Table of Contents. Preface The pioneers in the first half of the twentieth century 1. The Early Instruments Tape music and related technology, in the studio and in performance 2.

Expansion 4. Out of the Studios. Digital technology and synthesizer concepts come together 5. Computer Music 6. Synthesizers 7. Inputs and Controllers 9. Making Sound. Ideas emerge for an interactive instrument Automata Summaries and speculations. Where are we going? First of all, it is written for the general public, so it avoids academic jargon and attitudes … And because much of the book is based on interviews with leaders in the field, it contains a wealth of information that has not previously been available anywhere else.

Second, one of the most likable aspects of the book is Mr. It marks the advent of a new era in which electronic music, in all its aspects, is becoming a part of our cultural memory. It is a book not to be missed. The Wire London , July Home Studio Paris , July Keyboard Magazine, June Mix, May Electric Sound Mar 4, Uncategorized. Table of Contents Preface The pioneers in the first half of the twentieth century 1. Out of the Studios Digital technology and synthesizer concepts come together 5.

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The pieces incorporate themes of nature and of the cycles of change, relying for their richness on the improvisational interplay of the musicians. The sound sources used range from traditionalJapanese instruments to MIDI keyboards, digital sampling and toy instruments. At the core of the nine tracks on Suspended in Amber is a deep stillness, a fluid line holding the pieces together even as their sonic intensity and dissonance threaten to overpower the listener. Peebles creates an ethereal, mystical atmosphere, evoking a world of drifting images. Central to these works is the sound of the sh6-a Japanese instrument with a tone similar to an accordion, played here in a spacious, lulling manner.

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