Tag Archives: computer music


This is, of course, the coolest thing in the world. Apple I BASIC Cassette Tape. The sound is reminiscent of the Longitudinal Time Code (LTC) inspired sounds I created for The Superstitions Of Witchcraft. The main difference to my ears is the synchronization mechanism that LTC employs to allow one to figure out where one […]

The Revolution Will Be Computerized

These notes from a 1979 album of computer music speculates that with the proliferation of the personal computer, everyone would become “sound explorers”. Before the advent of the PC, “computer music” was largely an academic endeavor because computers were large and expensive and university was the only place most people could use one. In 1979, […]