[PD] "computer music" WAS: Re: Pd at a livecoding event on the BBC

ydegoyon at gmail.com ydegoyon at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 14:35:00 CEST 2009

> Trying to think of a few releases that do it for me, that don't go for 
> the quantized clubstep grid or the usual academic Fast Fourier Tropes, 
> use computers and related technologies in a refreshing way and sound 
> really visceral and alive, off the top of my head I'd say:
> Kevin Drumm - Sheer Hellish Miasma reissue [2007 Editions Mego]
> John Wiese - Bubble Pulse [2003 Kissy Records]
> Anthony Pateras & Robin Fox - End of Daze [2009 Editions Mego]
> O.S.T. - Waetka [2008 Ideal]
> Hecker - Acid in the Style of David Tudor [2009 Editions Mego]
i think Mego was over since 2004 or something like that...
as i also think the computer years are a bit behind,
glitch & click & drones & buzz & bass, what's new?
i would just keep the good memory of a slightly different list :

pan sonic ( any )
masami akita a.k.a. merzbow ( although i would prefer his analog work )
chicks on speed ( that don't play guitars )

as far as noise is concerned, my favs all use analog equipment :

wolf eyes, incapacitants, macronympha, to live and shave in L.A., kk 
null, ...

so i can't comment about noise with computers...

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