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Saturday, July 25

  1. page Overview edited 1970 - Kluster - Kluster 1971 - Claude Denjean - Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye 1972 - Hot …

    1970 - Kluster - Kluster
    1971 - Claude Denjean - Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
    1972 - Hot Butter - Popcorn
    1973 - Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
    1974 - Kraftwerk - Autobahn
    1975 - Tangerine Dream - Rubycon
    1976 - Michael Rother - Feuerland
    1977 - Donna Summer - I Feel Love
    1978 - Giorgio Morroder - The Chase
    1979 - Roots - What Are You Doing in Casablanca
    1980 - Talking Heads - Once in a Lifetime
    1981 - Patrick Cowley - Menergy
    1982 - Steel Mind - Lionel
    1983 - Tyrone Brunson - The Smurf
    1984 - Harold Faltermayer - Axel F
    1985 - Serious Intention - You Don't Know
    1986 - Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body
    1987 - 49ers - Touch Me
    1988 - Jungle Brothers - I'll House You
    1989 - Hit House - Everybody
    1990 - Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
    1991 - Dance 2 Trance - We Came in Peace
    1992 - The Prodigy - Out of Space
    1993 - P. P. Orange - My Feelings
    1994 - Raver's Choice - Raver's Choice 3
    1995 - Faithless - Insomnia
    1996 - Chemical Brothers - Electronic Battle Weapon 1
    1997 - Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy
    1998 - Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You
    1999 - Max Coveri - Running in the 90's
    2000 - Fatboy Slim - Weapon of Choice
    2001 - Modjo - Chillin
    2002 - High Voltage - Bombs Away
    2003 - Interphace - Dr. Feelgood
    2004 - Alex Neri - Club Element
    2005 - Daft Punk - Human After All
    2006 - Basshunter - DotA
    2007 - Justice - DVNO
    2008 - Deadmau5 - Faxing Berlin
    2009 - Parov Stelar - Catgroove
    2010 - Duck Sauce - Barbara Streisand
    2011 - Skrillex - Bangarang
    2012 - Tiësto - We Own the Night
    2013 - Armin van Buuren - This Is What It Feels Like

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Friday, August 9

  1. page space.menu edited Work through the links below: Overview 1876 Musical Telegraph
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Friday, November 2

  1. page 1948 Free Music Machine edited The 'Free Music Machine' was created by musician and singerBurnett Cross and the Australian comp…

    The 'Free Music Machine' was created by musician and singerBurnett Cross and the Australian composer Percy Grainger. Graingera virtuoso Pianist and pupil of Busoni, had been developing his ideaof "free music" since 1900: based on eighth tones and completerhythmic freedom and unconventionally notated on graph paper.Grainger had experimented using collections of Theremins andchanging speeds of recorded sounds on phonograph disks andeventually developed his own instruments. Graingers experimentswith random music composition predated those of John Cage by 30years with "Random Round" written in the 1920's.Graingers first experiments used a Pianola "player piano" controlling three Solovoxes by means of strings atached to the Pianola's keys,this combintaion was abandoned as it was not possible to create acontinuous glissando effect from the Pianola. Grainger started workon a more elaborate but eccentric machine in collaboration with Burnett Cross and his wife, Ella Grainger.
    The Free Music Machine was a machine that controlled the pitch, volume and timbre of eightoscillators.Two large rollers fed four sets of paper rolls over a set of mechanical arms that rolled over the cut contours of the paper and controlled the various aspects of the oscillators.
    The 'Free Music Machine' was created by musician and singerBurnett Cross and the Australian composer Percy Grainger. Graingera virtuoso Pianist and pupil of Busoni, had been developing his ideaof "free music" since 1900: based on eighth tones and completerhythmic freedom and unconventionally notated on graph paper.Grainger had experimented using collections of Theremins andchanging speeds of recorded sounds on phonograph disks andeventually developed his own instruments. Graingers experimentswith random music composition predated those of John Cage by 30years with "Random Round" written in the 1920's.Graingers first experiments used a Pianola "player piano" controlling three Solovoxes by means of strings atached to the Pianola's keys,this combintaion was abandoned as it was not possible to create acontinuous glissando effect from the Pianola. Grainger started workon a more elaborate but eccentric machine in collaboration with Burnett Cross and his wife, Ella Grainger.
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Thursday, November 1

  1. page 1982 Roland TB-303 edited {TB-303.jpg} TB-303 Operation Man Manual A short documentary on the TB-303 A demonstration…
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    TB-303 Operation Man
    Manual
    A short documentary on the TB-303
    A demonstration of the TB-303 playing some famous songs

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  3. page 1983 Yamaha DX7, Kurzweil edited {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/35/Yamaha_DX7_Table_4.JPG} {http://2.bp.blogspot…
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    "The Yamaha DX7 is a FM Digital Synthesizer manufactured by the Yamaha Corporation from 1983 to 1986. It was the first commercially successful digital synthesizer."
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    expansive soundscape." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_DX7)
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