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The new electronic currents are marked by technology, therefore the musician's creative attitude is dictated by the influence of their tools more than any other moment in history. Electronic music is supposed to spin around electronic technology as well as most of the experimental electronic music from the 80's and 90's was focused to the exploration of new creative and production tools -such us sampler and different kinds of synthesis. The new computer tools let the musician work in an environment where information is the star. more

In the world of clear signals, perfect transmission, fibre optics communication and digital radio broadcasting, the aesthetic forms that imperfect transmission manifests are grossly under-appreciated. That is, to all but a few talented individuals who actively embrace glitches and seek to bring them to life in new and aesthetically pleasing ways. More

Glitch Aesthetics: In the depths of techno fetishism and communication arts.

A brief description of the theme:

In everyday communication it seems we are all seeking perfect transmission. As millions of bits are pushed from one location to the other, countless error checking protocols exist to eliminate the possibility of imperfect transmission or reception. The breakdown of communication within any form of communication structure or device, creates artifacts. Capturing and appreciating these artifacts is now considered to have become the domain of glitch art. More

The Aesthetics of Failure:
'Post-Digital' Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music

Over the past decade, the Internet has helped spawn a new movement in digital music. It is not academically based, and for the most part the composers involved are self-taught. Link

Prick up your ears
Can a CD full of silence or the noise of a ticking clock really be as rewarding as a Beethoven symphony?



  
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