EMS #3: Roland Kuit Composer in the Residence @Elektronmusikstudion EMS, electronic music studios in Stockholm Sweden. Mining the archives.
Åke Parmerud – Out of Sight. All the acoustic material in this piece was generated in the EMS computer studio, without any analogue processing. Parmerud’s reason for choosing to compose a “pure” computer piece wast that it seemed a necessary consequence of the pictorial Material. (1981). Bits and Pieces. CAP 21471. 1994 Caprice Records, Stockholm, Sweden. Johanes Söderberg – Sixty seconds. Three movements are running parallel to each other in time. Each dominating during different periods. SHAFT, KARST and SHALE are presenting three Basic emotions. The whole is a message never expressed.(1987). Bit and Pieces. CAP 21471. 1994 Caprice Records, Stockholm, Sweden. Ricardo Mandolini – Ciculos fosferecentes en fondo negro. This piece was composed at EMS using M. Hinton’s program IMPAC applied to the PDP-15 Comuter. Dialectic implication between probabilistic processes by one side and determinate musical events by the other one.(1982). Bits and Pieces. CAP 21471. 1994 Caprice Records, Stockholm, Sweden. Willian Brunson – Tapestry II. This work mediates between pitch structures and textural gestalts yet combines atonal pitch structures with phrasing typical of rock. Sounds created with the Buchla 200 synthesizer. (1981). Bits and Pieces. CAP 21471. 1994 Caprice Records, Stockholm, Sweden. Jon Appleton – Mussems Sång. Excerpt. Source material from EMS synthesizer in Stockholm, Sweden. Artificial voice created on Johann Sundberg’s voice synthesizer called ‘Musse’. Bregman Electronic Music Studio. Year Released 1978. Record Label Folkways Records. Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Copyright 2004. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1978 Folkways Records.