Keyword(s):Interactive Instruments , Live Electronics , Real-time , Mixed Work
Lawrence Casserley has been using electronic means in performance since the late 1960s. In this article he compares his work in the 1970s and 1990s from both technical and philosophical viewpoints. How do these two periods differ? How are they similar? He concludes that, partly due to recent technological developments, he has been able in recent years to explore more deeply and broadly the aims that he established in the earlier period.