wdonzelli at gmail.com
Mon Dec 25 10:33:00 CST 2006
Thanks all to pointers to interesting things so far.
What I really need, however, are pieces of actual hardware making the
tunes, rather than recordings. I realize that I can not bring a 1403N1
printer into the studio, so recordings are in order there, but I
certainly can get a PDP-8/e or Altair or Atari setup going. The major
shtick is that the machines will be making the music right then and
This is all a preliminary idea for a one-off show on WFMU in Jersey
City, NJ. I have very enthusiastic support from others at the station,
including the music director, however, I had to tell him that I need
time to gather up all the pieces. Those with systems that they would
like to demo need not have their human half get on the air if they
want to, although it would be nice if I had some others to talk to
about the systems and the weird computer music culture behind it.
Pretty much the only requirement would be that the show would be some
Saturday in the mid morning in Jersey City, and the machine owners
would need to be there beforehand, ready to go.
I should also say that an analog computer running a synth would be
cool as well.
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