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The female women programmers of ENIAC

The ENIAC programmers project is a project by Kathy Kleiman, a young programmer in the mid-1980s, who has recorded oral histories with the original ENIAC female programmers in the late 1990s.  207 more words

Electroacoustic Music

An Interview with Sound Artist, Raimundo Gonzalez

Pro Coro Canada will be touring with Gonzalez’s piece to Vancouver on May 22. Read more about his the diverse interest in his compositional process here. 1,269 more words


Teresa Rampazzi website

Hi all,

just a quick note to remind you that, finally, the website dedicated to Italian electroacoustic music pioneer Teresa Rampazzi, has a new address:  29 more words

Electroacoustic Music

Jason Bolte, Composer

I had the wonderful opportunity to hear Jason Bolte talk about his music at Ball State University, our alma mater this last Sunday, April 19 2015. 414 more words

New Music

Aggressive City Rhythms

Aggressive City Rhythms is a generative composition whose source materials, as well as algorithmic control processes are derived from the synchronized urban sound data that was collected in Prague and New York City. 179 more words


«È il sistema che non funziona!»: Angelo Paccagnini (electroacoustic) music composer

Angelo Paccagnini (Castano Primo, 17/10/1930 – Milano, 02/07/1999) was an Italian composer and intellectual. He wrote instrumental and electroacoustic music; was the director of the Studio di Fonologia della RAI in Milan from 1968 to 1970, was an intellectual catalyst in the rediscovery of Ancient Music during the Sixties and the Seventies, wrote articles and gave talks and seminars on the pedagogy of music. 544 more words

Electroacoustic Music

Boulez goes electroacoustic

Répons (1981–84), the first major work to arise from Pierre Boulez’s involvement with IRCAM, is underpinned by a collection of five chords. Surface details interact with the compositional scheme but achieve a certain independence and spontaneity. 118 more words