Keyword(s):Electroacoustic Devices , Electroacoustic Instruments , Historical Electroacoustic Instruments , Impact of Electroacoustic Music , Live Electronics
This article provides interesting reflections on the first historical cases of ‘live electronics’ (O. Respighi, I pini di Roma) and the development of the instruments and their employment in music: the Voder and Vocoder by Homer Dudley, the Fonosynth by G. Marinuzzi and P. Ketoff, the Bode Sound Modifier by Harald Bode, Halaphon by Hans Peter Haller, G. Di Giugno, works by J. Cage, B. Maderna, L. Nono, D. Tudor, D. Behrman, K. Stockhausen, Musica Elettronica Viva, and others.
Bernardini, Nicola (1986). Live electronics
All references of the same author:
(English)Bernardini, Nicola (1985). Semiotics and Computer Music Composition
Bernardini, Nicola (1991). Should Musical Instruments be Dreams?