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Various - Computer Music Journal Sound And Video Anthology Volume 31, 2007 album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Computer Music Journal Sound And Video Anthology Volume 31, 2007
  • Date of release 2007
  • Style Experimental
  • Other formats VOX RA VQF AU DTS MOD MP3
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1349 mb
  • Size FLAC 1766 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 121

Computer Music Journal ‎– CMJ DVD-31-4. Format: DVD, DVD-Data DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, Compilation, Enhanced. Part Two: Video Examples From Articles In Computer Music Journal, Volume 31, Number 2-3. 6.

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Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual sound and video anthology containing curated music. This makes it an essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, computer enthusiasts and anyone exploring the wonders of computer-generated sound.

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Part One:Wide And Far
1.1 Manuella Blackburn Sonidos Bailables 11:17
1.2 Sinan Bokesoy* Imprints 7:12
1.3 Shahrokh Yadegari Garden Of Lila
Other [Animation] – Tara KnightOther [Dance] – Yolande Snaith
6:01
1.4 Chien-Wen Cheng Samsara 6:37
1.5 Panayiotis Kokoras Shatter Cone 10:05
1.6 Kinan Azmeh Iraq Re-visited, From The Gilgamesh Project 10:00
1.7 Maggi Payne System Test (Fire And Ice) 12:03
1.8 Zafka When HK Harbours London 11:40
1.9 Ajay Kapur Digital Sankirna 6:37
1.10 Charbel Haber Abandoned Machinery 7:00
1.11 Mike Vernusky Flow
Other [Video] – Scott Nyerges
4:34
1.12 Joo Won Park KutMalKut 6:13
1.13 Hoh Chung Shih / MLuM Cargaku 9:53
1.14 Juraj Kojs Air For Fujara And Electronics 7:46
1.15 Hans Wilhelm Koch* Bandoneonbook 5:13
Part Two: Video Examples From Articles In Computer Music Journal, Volume 31, Number 2-3
1.16 Natasha Barrett Sound Examples 15:54
1.17 David Cope Sound Examples 39:20
Part Three: Studio Reports
1.18 Center For The Performing Arts And Technology, University Of Michigan Studio Report 12:04
Part Four: Additional Materials (DVD-ROM)
1.19 Natasha Barrett Soundfiles
Part One: Video Examples From Articles In Computer Music Journal, Volume 31, Number 3
2.1 John Chowning Video Example: Stria 17:35
Part Two: Additional Materials (DVD-ROM)
2.2 John Chowning Documentation And Soundfiles

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  • Copyright (c) – Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Curator] – Lonce Wyse (tracks: 1.1 to 1.19), Robert Gluck (tracks: 1.1 to 1.19), Tae Hong Park (tracks: 1.1 to 1.19)

Notes

Released with Computer Music Journal Volume 31, Issue 4 - Fall 2007 subtitled The reconstruction of Stria.
Also contains sound examples for articles published with issues number 2 & 3 published the same year.

2.1 files are AIFF sound files from Stria, Microclimates V--Water Fall, Trade Winds, Fetter, Exploratio Invisibilis.
2.2 files contains unpublished sources on PDF, reconstruction program on PDF plus sound files as VOB files.
No durations given for additional materials parts.

Comes in a gatefold card sleeve.
© 2007 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, all rights reserved