Title: Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts Author: Vari Edited by: Jasia Reichardt Publisher: Studio International Special Issue Year: 1968 Pages: 106 Cybernetic Serendipity is the title of an exhibition that I have elsewhere referred to as a cult event for those interested in using art technology. In 1968 the artist and […]

AA. VV. – Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts

Title: Xenakis Authors: Various Edited by: Enzo Restagno Publisher: EDT Year: 1988 Pages: 315 After the first chapter of Enzo Restagno, you can read an intervention by the Czech writer Milan Kundera, who writes what distinguishes Iannis Xenakis by all the great composers who lived before him: the latter opposed, with their […]

AA. VV. – Xenakis

Title: Acoustic Communication Author: Barry Truax Publisher: Ablex Publishing Corporation Year: 1984 (2nd edition 2001) Pages: 244 Barry Truax is a very well-known composer in the field of computer music, both for different works composed with the computer, both for the research carried out since the Seventies around the development of POD […]

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Title: Notes from the metalevel: an introduction to computer composition Author: Heinrich Taube Publisher: Routledge Year: 2005 Pages: 348 Heinrich Taube, Associate Professor and Chair of Composition-Theory at School of Music of the University of Illinois, studied at Stanford with John Chowning and Leland Smith, then electronic music with Hans Peter Haller. Throughout his […]

Heinrich Taube – Notes From the Metalevel: an Introduction to ...