Suzanne Ciani Announces ‘Live Quadraphonic’ – The First Quad Vinyl Release In 30 Years

Suzanne Ciani’s latest album is described as ‘the first quadraphonic vinyl release in over 30 years.’… Read More Suzanne Ciani Announces ‘Live Quadraphonic’ – The First Quad Vinyl Release In 30 Years

New Klaus Schulze Album, Silhouettes, Coming In May 2018

Schulze describes the music on Silhouettes as “a reduction to the essential things.”… Read More New Klaus Schulze Album, Silhouettes, Coming In May 2018

Electronic Music Pioneer Delia Derbyshire Awarded Posthumous PhD

The University is also launching a series of workshops in Derbyshire’s name to try to inspire young people to pursue maths and music.… Read More Electronic Music Pioneer Delia Derbyshire Awarded Posthumous PhD

Morton Subotnick On Art + Music + Technology

The latest episode of the Art + Music + Technology podcast features composer and synthesist Morton Subotnick. … Read More Morton Subotnick On Art + Music + Technology

Morton Subotnick & Lillevan

This video captures pioneering composer Morton Subotnick performing a new collaboration with Berlin-based video artist, Lillevan.… Read More Morton Subotnick & Lillevan

Tom Oberheim Is 80

Synth design pioneer Tom Oberheim is 80 today.  Born on July 7, 1936, in Manhattan, Kansas, Oberheim has been creating music electronics since the late 60’s. In the years since, he’s created effects processors, sequencers, drum machines, iconic analog synths and … Continue reading

New Version Of Daphne Oram Book, An Individual Note, Planned

The Daphne Oram Trust has launched a Kickstarter project to fund a new printing of electronic music pioneer Daphne Oram’s 1972 book on ‘music sound and electronics’, An Individual Note. The book offers a look at the technology and ideas behind creating … Continue reading

After 40 Years, You Can Hear Daphne Oram’s Lost Mini-Oramics Synthesizer

In the 1960’s, electronic music pioneer Daphne Oram, above, the first Director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, created a unique synthesizer, the Oramics Machine. The Oramics Machine was a huge device, which moved film strips past a series of photo-electric cells. The … Continue reading