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Expressive artifacts in electro-acoustic and computer music

Mark Zaki

Expressive artifacts in electro-acoustic and computer music

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Published by UMI Dissertation Services in Ann Arbor .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Dissertation (Ph.D.), Princeton University - June 1996.

StatementMark Zaki.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18331577M

His production includes electro-acoustic works, installations and multi-channel sound interventions, audio postproduction and music for media. He designs interfaces and programs environments for real-time music creation. He is a professor of computer music and sound design and teaches at . Posts about music written by Weird Metal Blog. In music generally it seems to be Lovecraft, of all the classic Weird writers – as is the case in other media – who has had the most influence: in The Strange Sound of Cthulhu (), Gary Hill explores Lovecraft’s impact upon genres as varied as electronica, Classical, “psychobilly”, surf, and ambient, but devotes the most pages to. Syrphe (and Textolux) is a small label owns by C-drík (Crno klank, Ambre, Kirdec, Axiome, Tetra plok, Elekore and many others. The label is mainly focused onto electronic, experimental and noise music (in all meaning of the words) coming from all those lost islands the West seems to ignore: Africa, Asia, the Middle-East () but also C-drík's own productions.


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