In 1990, I took a course at Hampshire College by Dan Warner called “ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION”. I made a song on an ARP and MOOG (awful, on Soundcloud), learned a lot, moved on. I wondered if he’d published anything. He has. From a review: “it’s even harder to believe that many readers are in possession of the knowledge to process a line like this: “Another timbral development was J.K. Randall’s subprogram that would, among other things, map ‘basic sets of partials onto enlarged and compressed spaces.'” That line was wrapped up in a page that also included the terms inharmonic, accelerandi, ritardandi, and glissandi. … What kind of reader was the book made for? If the above excerpt sounds interesting to you, you’re just the type.” https://www.popmatters.com/live-wires-daniel-warner-2520212989.html

In 1990, I took a course at Hampshire College by Dan Warner called “ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION”. I made a song on an ARP and MOOG (awful, on Soundcloud), learned a lot, moved on.
 
I wondered if he’d published anything. He has. From a review:
 
“it’s even harder to believe that many readers are in possession of the knowledge to process a line like this: “Another timbral development was J.K. Randall’s subprogram that would, among other things, map ‘basic sets of partials onto enlarged and compressed spaces.'” That line was wrapped up in a page that also included the terms inharmonic, accelerandi, ritardandi, and glissandi. …
 
What kind of reader was the book made for? If the above excerpt sounds interesting to you, you’re just the type.”
 
https://www.popmatters.com/live-wires-daniel-warner-2520212989.html

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