Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: James Tenney lecture on computer-generated music

Identifier: 
narv_#05JamesTenneyLecture
Title: 
James Tenney lecture on computer-generated music
Description: 
Tenney begins by exploring the origins of new artistic techniques and then continues to describe computer-generated music (electronic music) as a result of a new technique. He goes into the scientific basis of sound, and then describes how a computer translates code into sounds. He explains the process of making electronic music on a computer. The speaker and audience members discuss various ways to create electronic music and the techniques involved. The lecture was given at Bell Labs.
Description Type: 
Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Tenney begins 38:37 Tenney ends 38:38 Discussion with the audience begins 43:22 End
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SegmentSequence
Subject: 
Tenney, James
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Computer music
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Electronic music
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Sound -- Recording and reproducing -- Digital techniques
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Source: 
narv_#05JamesTenneyLecture
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Contributor: 
Tenney, James
Contributor Type: 
naf
Rights: 
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Date: 
1962
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English