Tim Perkis & John Bischoff - Artificial Horizon: Music For New Software Instruments download album
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Music for New Software Instruments" is the way the West Coast performers John Bischoff and Tim Perkis describe the dozen selections here.
Happiness Is A Warm Gun (Danny Saber Mix) TaxiWars - Artificial Horizon Free Fires - Artificial Horizon Shoc Corridor - Artificial Horizon U2 - Artific 1v. The largest mobile music archive. Magnificent (Falke Radio Mix) (Album: Artificial Horizon '10). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Tim Perkis & John Bischoff Artificial Horizon.
John Bischoff, Tim Perkis, Gert-Jan Prins, Luc Houtkamp, Kaffe Matthews and Anne LaBerge. Artificial Horizon" 1989 Individual and duo tracks with John Bischoff. Artifact (San Francisco). CD. "The Hub" 1989 JOHN BISCHOFF, TIM PERKIS, CHRIS BROWN, SCOT GRESHAM-LANCASTER, MARK TRAYLE, PHIL STONE. THE HUB is a computer music band whose members are all designers and builders of their own hardware and software instruments. The group electronically coordinates the activity of their individual systems through a central micro-computer, The Hub itself, as well as manually through ears, eyes, and hands.
John Bischoff (born 1949) has been active in the experimental music scene in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than thirty years as a composer. studied music in the early 1970s with Robert Ashley. Tim Perkis and John Bischoff. Praemedia PRAECD 002. Artifact Recordings ART 1002. 23Five Inc. Artificial Horizon. J. N. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Bischoff. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Software as Sculpture: Building Music from the Ground Up. Jim Horton.
We demonstrate that this interactive music system embraces both the novice and musically trained participants by taking advantage of their intuitive abilities and social interaction skills. In this paper and accompanying video, we present conclusions from user testing of this device along with examples of interaction design methods and prototypes of interpretive musical and game-like development schemes.
For Lip Reed (brass) instruments, the players control the tension in their lips so that they vibrate under the influence of the air flow through them. They adjust the vibration so that the lips are most closed, and the air flow is lowest, when a low-pressure pulse arrives at the mouthpiece, to reflect a low-pressure pulse back. For Air Reed (flute and fipple-flute) instruments, the thin grazing air sheet (planar jet) flowing across an opening (mouth) in the pipe interacts with a sharp edge (labium) to generate sound. The jet is generated by the player, when blowing through a thin slit (flue).
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|ART 1003||Tim Perkis & John Bischoff||Tim Perkis & John Bischoff - Artificial Horizon: Music For New Software Instruments (CD, Album)||Artifact Recordings||ART 1003||US||1989|