Subject: Re: Computer chicken
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 28 2005 - 23:48:28 EDT
But it would be an electroacoustic chicken if it came from a loudspeaker.
What makes "computer music" music? Possibly because that's what it's called.
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At 22:37 -0400 2005/09/28, Kevin Austin wrote:
>Subject: [Acma-l] Computer chicken
> >From Martin Supper, who is organizing a round table at the SMC05
>(Sound and Music Computing) Conference in Salerno in November: "An
>observation: if you grill a chicken in a modern, computer-controlled
>electric oven, the result will be neither more nor less than grilled
>chicken. It is not computer chicken. Applying this observation to music
>demands that one ask the question, what makes computer music computer
>music?" If you have some answers, please respond to Martin Supper
>I hope people on this list can send Martin some interesting replies.
>(Reply to Martin, not to this list).
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>I would like to see the discussion take place on cec-conference. It
>might be a little wi(l)der given the number of vegetarianisms here!
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