Mixed Work

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This term is commonly used in electroacoustic music to describe works in which traditional (acoustic) instruments are presented alongside a recording, or music composed digitally (interactively) in real-time.




- Introduction à l’histoire et à l’esthétique des musiques électroacoustiques: Session 6 - De la musique mixte à l’interactivité ( French )



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Vaggione, Horacio (2005). Notes on {Atem}
Vande Gorne, Annette (1995). Une histoire de la musique électroacoustique
Vandenbogaerde, Fernand (1972). Des musiques mixtes aux dispositifs électro-acoustiques manipulés en direct...
Vandenbogaerde, Fernand (1977). De la diffusion des musiques électroacoustiques
Varèse, Edgard (1983). 1953-1965 : Invention du futur
Vidolin, Alvise (1997). Musical Interpretation and Signal Processing
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}
Welsh, John (1985). Music in the Air. A Radio Landscape - Here and There
Wessel, David (1991). Instruments That Learn, Refined Controllers, and Source Model Loudspeakers
Wetzel, David Brooke (2006). A model for the conservation of interactive electroacoustic repertoire: analysis, reconstruction, and performance in the face of technological obsolescence
Whalley, Ian (2005). Traditional New Zealand Mäori Instruments, Composition and Digital Technology: Some recent collaborations and processes
Xenakis, Iannis (1987). Xenakis on Xenakis
Yong, Kerry (2006). Electroacoustic adaptation as a mode of survival: arranging Giacinto Scelsi’s {Aitsi pour piano amplifée} (1974) for piano and computer