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The Appliance Of Science

Show Report | Topic: Computing | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1985
Digicon ’85

Vancouver, Canada was the location for two hi-tech music events last August. Ron Briefel reports on the first of them, Digicon '85, and finds he has plenty to talk about.

The Appliance Of Science

Show Report | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1985
ICMC '85

Ron Briefel recovers from the hi-tech overkill of Digicon to report on a more intellectual Vancouver event, the International Computer Music Conference.

Computers, Music And Art

Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1986

His may be an unfamiliar name, but this avant-garde composer has been writing music that stretches technology to its limits for two decades. Ron Briefel talks to the man about his current passion - Yamaha's X-series equipment.

Going Dutch

Feature | Music Technology, Jan 1987
Steim Studio

Europe's most forward-looking centre for music technology development is alive and well and flourishing in Holland. Ron Briefel pays it a visit, and comes away suitably impressed.

Conference Blues

Show Report | Music Technology, Feb 1987
ICMC Report

Fresh from his exploits at Steim Studios, Ron Briefel takes a look at what last year's International Computer Music Conference had to offer in the way of new instruments, new music, and new ideas.



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