Keyword(s):Computer Music , Electronic Music , Experimental Music , Live Electronics
John Bischoff has been part of the formation and growth of electronic and computer music in the San Francisco Bay Area for over three decades. In an interview with the author, he describes his early development as a student of experimental music technology, including the impact of hearing and assisting in the work of David Tudor, Bischoff, like Tudor, explored the unpredictable potentials within electronic components, and he brought this curiosity to bear when he began working on one of the first available micro-computers. He was a key individual at the historical turning point when computer music escaped its institutional restrictions and began becoming widespread.
All references of the same author:
(English)Kahn, Douglas (1999). Noise, Water, Meat: A History of Sound in the Arts
Kahn, Douglas (2003). Christian Marclay's Early Years: An Interview