At Expo '74 in Brooklyn this year, Max users exhibited their work.
The radiophonic portion of my life has an annual ritual associated with it that might surprise no one; a top ten.
My first introduction to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy wasn't those lovely books by Douglas Adams (who I miss very much)--it was the original BBC radio series (Note: you can get it as an MP3-cd collection).
While news of spectaular or gruesome demises or the passing of "bright lights" in the mediasphere reach us with all the speed that the velocity of fame allows, some kinds of sad news travel more slowly and by a more circuitous route. Someone called me during my radio program last night and wanted to know about artists who, like Moby, had appropriated traditional folk musics into their work.
I spend part of my life doing a radio program of electronic, experimental, electroacoustic, and various other types of music on Madison's own community radio station WORT-FM, and have done so for an embarrassing number of years.