COMMON MUSIC is a object-oriented multiplatform software, designed for the computer-assisted music composition. It allows to interface with many software developed for sound synthesis and control. In April 2011 was […]
Composers’ Desktop Project is a software package designed for computer music by Trevor Wishart, and some of his colleagues. The project was made on the basis of previous experiments conducted […]
After the realization of EMS Synthi 100 hybrid synthesizer, Peter Zinovieff and colleagues of the Electronic Music Studios in London, decided to make a new version, easier than its predecessor. […]
The DSP Station is a system developed at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) of Pierre Schaeffer for the Motorola 56001 processor control. It was designed to work in deferred […]
When talking about the Synthi 100 may happen to make some confusion about what the acronym actually means. Commonly the name Synthi 100 means the modular analog synthesizer made in the […]
The EMAMu is the acronym for an informal group founded by Iannis Xenakis in 1966, whose purpose was to promote research and experimentation around the computer music. In truth, the […]
Giuseppe Di Giugno (Bengasi, 1937) is a physicist, graduated from the University of Rome, that initially worked in the energy sector, collaborating even with the Cern of Ginevra in the Seventies.