SUPPER, Martin

1992

Clarenz Barlows Computeranwendungen : '...eine Maschine, um die Arbeit abzunehmen...' (Clarenz Barlow's computer applications: ' ... a machine that reduces your work ... ')

Positionen. No. 11: Berlin: Verlag Positionen: 5-7.

URL: http://www.positionen-bznm.de/

Language(s): German

Keyword(s):

Algorithmic Music

Abstract:

This is an interview with the composer, Clarenz Barlow concerning his experiences with computers. Barlow believes - in contrast to the author - that his compositional experiences without the computer would have led to the same results. During the conversation, this notion focuses itself primarily on Barlow’s viewpoints concerning the work of Iannis Xenakis, Herbert Brün and Gottfried Michael Koenig.

Abstract translation(s):

(Deutsch)

SUPPER, Martin (1992). Clarenz Barlows Computeranwendungen : '...eine Maschine, um die Arbeit abzunehmen...'

All references of the same author:

(Deutsch)

SUPPER, Martin (1994). Trivial oder nichttrivial...
Supper, Martin (1997). Elektroakustische Musik und Computermusik; Geschichte-Ästhetik-Methoden-Systeme

(English)

SUPPER, Martin (1994). Trivial oder nichttrivial... (Trivial or not trivial ...)
Supper, Martin (1997). Elektroakustische Musik und Computermusik; Geschichte-Ästhetik-Methoden-Systeme (Electroacoustic Music and Computer Music: History, Aesthetics, Methods, Systems)
Supper, Martin (1999). Technische Systeme von Klanginstallationen (Technical Systems related to Sound Installations)
Supper, Martin (2001). A Few Remarks on Algorithmic Composition