Historical Electroacoustic Devices

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This term represents a collection of devices that have been proven significant in terms of the evolution of the field. Although of great interest and significance to the development of electroacoustic music, the present form of this glossary has not attempted to provide a comprehensive list of individual ’early’ devices.

(Bibliographical references and hypertext links will be supplied in this area during future development phases of the EARS resource).



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Schaeffer, Pierre (1967). La musique concrète
SCHERCHEN, Hermann (1960). Methoden elektroakustischer Schallaufnahmen (Methods of three-dimensional sound recording)
SPRINGER, Anton M. (1961). Rotierende Mehrfachköpfe (Rotating Multiple Magnetic Heads)
Tempelaars, Stan, Koenig, G.M. (1972). The Computer at the Institute of Sonology, Utrecht
Teruggi, Daniel (2007). Technology and musique concrète: the technical developments of the Groupe de Recherches Musicales and their implication in musical composition
Theremin, Leon S. (1996). The Design of a Musical Instrument Based on Cathode Relays
Tiffon, Vincent (2004). La musique mixte: avenir de la musique électroacoustic?
Truax, Barry (1985). The PODX System: Interactive Compositional Software for the DMX-1000
Vidalenc, Jean-Luc (1990). L’acoustigloo. Le système de diffusion
Wiggen, Knut (1972). The Electronic Music Studio at Stockholm, its Development and Construction
Yavelow, Christopher (1986). The Impact of MIDI upon Compositional Methodology
Young, Gayle (1981). Hugh Le Caine: Pioneer of Electronic Music - part 2
Young, Miriama (2006). Latent body-plastic, malleable, inscribed: The human voice, the body and the sound of its transformation through technology