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Copy of History of Electroacoustics

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Pierre Schaeffer Pierre Henri
Group de Research de Musique Concrète
1948 Etude aux Chemins de Fer
1949 Symphonie pour un Homme Seul
Symphonie of Noises
SOUNDS of Electroacoustic Music
1958 Iannis Xenakis Concret PH Concret PH (1958) is a musique concrète piece by Iannis Xenakis, originally created for the Philips Pavilion (designed by Xenakis as Le Corbusier's assistant) Xenakis pioneered Stochastic Music generated by mathematical processes based on probability.
Louis & Bebe Baron
1956 Forbidden Planet
1952 John Cage Williams Mix
aleatoric or chance-controlled music
Conclusion
1897 Thadeus Cahill Teleharmonium
Dream of Streaming
1867 Alexander Graham Bell Telephone
Sounds converted to Electric Signals
Scotland Dublin Brampton Ontario
Elocution Deaf Mother and Wife
i was looking for the recorder in my new phone. When Siri asked me what What can i help you with ? i said “record”. Siri writing said “There's nothing in your music library. Just... silence.
1870s Thomas Edison Wizard of Menlow Park [oz]
phonograph movie camera bulb typewriter
Schizophonia refers to the split between an
original sound and its Electroacoustic reproduction.
1920s Leon Theremin
Oscillation remotely controlled by motion of hans around vertical antenna

1958 Pierre Boulez La Symphonie Mechanique
Serialism Controlled Chance Electronische Musik

1955/56 Karlheinz Stockhausen Gesang der Junglinge
(Song of the Youths) A piece of electronic music utilizing both synthesized and vocal sounds.
Beatles Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
1963-64 Luc Ferrari Hétérozygote
ambient environmental sounds
transient onset divorces sound from context
1964 Delia Derbyshire
& Barry Bermage
"Falling" from The Dreams
a sound collage poem
1990 Pauline Oliveros This Great Fool's Stage
Deep Listening Resonance Reverberent
Sonic Awareness Sonic Meditations
Dot in the Circle Greek Myth
1969 MOOG Voltage Controlled Analog Synthesizer mass produced dance theatre new york
Dianna Ross & Supremes Beatles Rolling Stones
1971 Stanley Kubrik A Clockwork Orange



1977 Kraftwerk The Robots
Pioneers of Electronic music

Pete Townshend on "that"
sound from Won't Get Fooled Again
Glenn Gould The idea of North
from Solitude Trilogy
Oral Tone Poem
1989 Hildegard Westerkamp
Türen der Wahrnehmungen
Doors of Perception

1986 Barry Truax Riverrun
FM Synthesis Granular Synthesis
real-time implementations of GS often of sampled sounds, and soundscapes.[1] The real-time technique emphasizes auditory streams, which, along with soundscapes, inform his aesthetic.
1999 sylvi macCormac Waves of Kokoro
Honourable Mention at Concours Internationaux "Synthèse" Institut International de Musique Electroacoustique de Bourges - Centre National de Création Musicale, France

1600s Francis Bacon 'New Atlantis' "We have sound houses where we practise and demonstrate all sounds and their generation. We have harmonies ... of quarter sounds and lesser slides of sound"
1908 Arnold Schoenberg, any and all pitches 12 tone technique, serialism
John Cage's Teacher


1955 Hugh Le Caine Dripsody Sackbut - First Voltage
Controlled Electronic Synthesizer

1958 Luciano Berio Omaggio a Joyce, Documenti sulla qualità onomatopeica del linguaggio poetico. Documentario radiofonico per voce e nastro magnetico realizzato nello studio di fonologia di Milano in collaborazione con Umberto Eco. Voce: Cathy Berberian. Testo tratto dal frammento iniziale dell'episodio delle Sirene dell'"Ulisse" di James Joyce (1882-1941). Immagini di Dublino e della sua gente tratte dal documentario: "Walking into eternity. The Dublin Tour"
Sound is a wave, an oscillation of pressure, transmitted through mediums (air water bodies ... ) composed of frequencies within the range of hearing
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