3 Posts tagged with "jazz"

  • Inanitia

    Number theory are a three piece band fusing elements of electronic, jazz, electro-acoustic, and rock music.

  • Nadzharov / Talalay

  • "Drawing" on Ornette Coleman: synthesis control using a graphics tablet.Watch Matt's video.

  • An Interview With David Wessel

    David Wessel is Professor of Music at the University of California, Berkeley where he directs the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT). Wessel worked at IRCAM between 1979 and 1988; his activities there included starting the department where Miller Puckette first began working on Max on a Macintosh. Since Wessel's arrival in Berkeley over ten years ago, CNMAT has been actively involved in teaching Max/MSP as well as developing freely available Max-based software projects. In this 1999 interview with Gregory Taylor, Wessel talks about his musical background, his relationship with French composer and IRCAM founder Pierre Boulez, the origins of Max, and some perspectives on his current work.

  • An Interview With John Eichenseer

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