Pignon, Paul


Le studio électronique de radio Belgrade

Faire: No. 2-3. Bourges: GMEB: 123-136.

Language(s): French


Music Education Socio-Cultural Aspects of Electroacoustic Music Electronic Music


The author discusses what was Yugoslavia’s only electronic studio at the time (ca.74-75), housed in the studios of radio Belgrade. He addresses:
- The advantages and disadvantages of its synthesizer: the Synthi 100.
- The working techniques of composers in the studio.
- Pedagogical activities.
- Diffusion: concert and radio broadcasts. Two documents complete this article: a list of works that were composed in the studio from 1972 to 1974 and a list of each module that was used in the Synthi 100.

Abstract translation(s):


Pignon, Paul (1975). Le studio électronique de radio Belgrade

All references of the same author:


Pignon, Paul (1978). A Philosophy of Music Systems - A Cybernetic Approach