Live Elektronik

Klangproduktion und Manipulation [KPM]


Elektroakustische Instrument



See also


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Ryan, Joel (2006). Improvising with Others
Saariaho, Kaija, Hoitenga, Camilla, Karttunen, Ansi, Barrière, Jean-Baptiste, Stoianova, Ivanka, Mathieu, Jean-Baptiste (1999). Prisma
Sani, Nicolas (2000). Temps/Matière dans la musique électroacoustique: une seconde longue de soixante-size virgule deux centimètres
SANIO, Sabine (1994). Komponieren als Experiment. Die Musik von Alvin Lucier (Composition as experiment: the music of Alvin Lucier)
Sapir, Sylviane (2002). Gestural Control of Digital Audio Environments
Scavone, Gary P. (2003). THE PIPE: Explorations with Breath Control
Schell, Michael (1996). Unlikely Persona: Jerry Hunt (1943-1993)
Schiemer, Greg (1994). Interactive Radio
Schloss, W. Andrew, Jaffe, David A. (1993). Intelligent Musical Instruments: The Future of Musical Performance or the Demise of the Performer?
Schloss, W.Andrew (2003). Using Contemporary Technology in Live Performance: The Dilemma of the Performer
Schrader, Barry (1982). Introduction to Electro-acoustic Music
Schrader, Barry (1991). Live/Electro-acoustic Music - a Perspective from History and California
Smalley, Denis (1993). Defining Transformations
Sonami, Laetitia (2006). On My Work
Souster, Tim (1977). Intermodulation: A Short History
Stout, David (2006). Improvisation with Laptops
Stroppa, Marco (1999). Live Electronics or... Live Music? Towards a Critique of Interaction
Stuart, Caleb (2003). The Object of Performance: Aural Performativity in Contemporary Laptop Music
Subotnick, Mort, Machover, Tod (1995). Interview with Mort Subotnick
Subotnik, Morton (1999). The Use of Computer Technology in an Interactive or ‘Real Time’ Performance Environment
Tanaka, Atau (2000). Musical Performance Practice on Sensor-based Instruments
Teitelbaum, Richard (2006). Improvisation, Computers and the Unconscious Mind
Thorington, Helen (2006). The networked_performance blog
Toeplitz, Kasper T. (2002). L’ordinateur comme instrument de concert - aussi une question d’écriture ?
Trueman, Dan (2007). Why a laptop orchestra?
Turner, Tad (2003). The Resonance of the Cubicle: Laptop Performance in Post-digital Musics
VALENTINO, Roberto (1986). Le altre elettroniche (Other electronics)
Vandenbogaerde, Fernand (1972). Des musiques mixtes aux dispositifs électro-acoustiques manipulés en direct...
Verin, Nicolas (1998). Spatialisation : interprétation, composition, improvisation ?
Vickery, Lindsay (2001). The Western Edge: Some recent electronic music from Western Australia
Vidolin, Alvise (1997). Musical Interpretation and Signal Processing
VIDOLIN, Alvise (2005). Percorsi sonori di un teatro immaginario. Da {Noms des airs} a {Lohengrin II} di Salvatore Sciarrino (Sonorous ways of an imaginary theatre. From {Noms des airs} to {Lohengrin II} by Salvatore Sciarrino)
Viola, Bill (2004). David Tudor: The Delicate Art of Falling
Waisvisz, Michel (1999). Riding the Sphinx - Lines about ’Live’
Warde, Ann (1999). Change Over Time: Responsibility and Power in the Midst of Catastrophe
Waschka II, Rodney (1992). Computer-Assisted Composition and Performance: The Creation of {A Noite, Porém, Rangeu E Quebrou}
Weber-Lucks, Theda (2003). Electroacoustic Voices in Vocal Performance Art - A Gender Issue?
Weinberg, Gil (2002b). The Aesthetics, History, and Future Challenges of Interconnected Music Networks
Weinberg, Gil, Aimi, Roberto, Jennings, Kevin (2002). The Beatbug Network - A Rhythmic System for Interdependent Group Collaboration
Weinberg, Gil, Driscoll, Scott (2005). iltur - Connecting Novices and Experts Through Collaborative Improvisation
Welsh, John (1985). Music in the Air. A Radio Landscape - Here and There
Wessel, David (2006). David Wessel [on improvisation]
Wessel, David, Wright, Matthew (2002). Problems and Prospects for Intimate Musical Control of Computers
Young, Diana, Essl, Georg (2003). HyperPuja: A Tibetan Singing Bowl Controller
Zadel, Mark, Scavone, Gary (2006). Different Strokes: A Prototype Software System for Laptop Performance and Improvisation