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Celebrating the Work of Women within Sonic Art: an expanding archive promoting equality in the sonic field

Month: May, 2013

Laurie Spiegel plays Alles Synth

“This 1977 tape is one of the earliest examples of purely digital realtime audio synthesis. It manages to achieve an analog synth sounding quality, but is entirely digital synthesis and signal processing. The interactive software I wrote and am playing in this video recycles my keyboard input into an accompaniment to my continued playing, which is why I called it a ‘concerto generator’. I use part of one of the keyboards for control data entry, and the small switches upper right to access pre-entered numerical patterns. The sliders are mainly pre-Yamaha FM synthesis parameter controls, for the number and amplitude and frequency of the FM pair modulators and carriers…” Laurie Speigel 

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Christina Kubisch – Mono Fluido

christina-kubisch-soundmuseum Christina Kubisch is a German composer and sound-installation artist. She is a Professor of Audio-Visual Arts at the academy of Fine Arts, Saarbrücken and has had international solo exhibitions since the seventies as well as numerous releases with  various labels.

Below – ‘Ocigam Trazom’ from Mono Fluido (Important Records 2011), Constructed using field recordings, tape, flute and custom EMS synthesizer.