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10.17.01

Ryan:
Philip Sherburne. "click/" (2001).
Diedrich Diederichsen. "clicks" (2001).
Oval: cross selling (excerpt) (from Diskont94 mille plateaux, 1995).

Bryan:
Net Music Faces Patent Squeeze
Sounds of Silence: Waiting for On-Line Music

Richenda:
Cybersnooping for Sounds and Images, Not Suspects
Mixed Messages
"Botticelli and the Martians," The Economist Review. July 19, 1997, p.11. (handout)

Jason:
http://www.ptialaska.net/~srice/solresol/intro.htm
http://www.ifost.org.au/~gregb/solresol/

10.24.01

Ryan:
Luigi Russolo. The Art of Noises (1913).
Nurse With Wound: A Precise History of Industrial Music (from A Sucked Orange, United Dairies, 1989).

Bryan:
Michael Slater. P2P may rise . . .
Linden deCarmo. Media Alert-New digital rights . . .

Richenda:
Chris Riding. "Drowning in the Microgallery," in Resisting the Virtual Life. San Francisco: City Lights, 1995.

Jason:
Chris Dobrian. Music and Language.
Music with Whales.

10.31.01

Ryan:
Dialtones: A Telesymphony
. (Audio files on site.)

Richenda:
Jeremy Welsh. "Power, Access, and Ingenuity - Electronic Imaging Technologies and Contemporary Visual Art," in Culture, Technology and Creativity in the late Twentieth Century.

Bryan:
Jeff Howe. "Licensed to Bill," Wired, October, 2001.

Jason:
Barbara S.J. Balch and Dennis Bathory-Kitsz. Composing a New Language.
Philip Tugg. Notes on the Semiotics of Music.

11.07.01

Ryan:
Kimbrew McLeod. A History of Turntablism.

Jason:
Nicholas Cook. Between Process and Product: Music and/as Performance.

11.21.01

Richenda:
David Colman. "The Art Screen Scene," Art Forum, September, 1995.

Ryan:
Gerfried Stocker. Takeover - Who's Doing the Art of Tomorrow?

Jason:
Martinez, Jose Luis. Semiotics and the Art Music of India.

11.28.01

Ryan:
Musique Concrete (not a lot of text here, but some visual aids that illustrate some basic techniques and working methods within the genre)
Adam Douglas. Here Comes That Sound: Musique Concrete.

 

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