Subject: Fwd: Re: Vive la musique libre..............
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 10 2004 - 09:13:03 EDT
Can anyone confirm or reject this assertion?
>Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 08:59:58 -0400
>From: Otto Joachim <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Vive la musique libre..............
>Here is a quotation from Gustav Ciamaga, which I received this morning:
>In a letter I received from Robert Fraser, Ensemble Software (22
>June 2004) he rightly asks: " Is he perhaps the oldest
>electro-acoustician still alive " I replied, yes, to the best of my
>Fraser is the author of the PC application "SoundShaper "..... a
>graphic interface for "Composers Desktop Project", which is in turn
>an extensive library of sound transformation tools.
>I hope,Kevin, that this will lead to further investigation
>All the best
>>Good day Kevin,
>>Gustav Ciamaga, who visited me a while ago, has been told by a
>>Scottish software expert, that Otto Joachim is the oldest living
>>Electro-acoustic composer I wanted to prove them wrong and
>>suggested, that Josef Tal, who is 25 days older than me should ne
>>the one to have that honour. Their argument was, that Josef Tal
>>did not produce electro-acoustics on records,tape or CDs.
>>Would your team be able to verify my statement and make some noise
>>about it internationally , if it is really so.........
>>I am still trying to be active and have one question :
>>I own a Fostex DCM 100 midi mixer and would like to obtain a manual.
>>Do you know anyone, who might have a copy?
>>All the best
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