Sunday Synth Jam: Mr Müller, former assistant of Karl Heinz Stockhausen), performs on sine wave generator, FM radio and 3 tape machines. One tape machine is used to gate the sound input and the other two are used to make echo and reverb and overdub.
Back in 1995, classical composer and electronic music pioneer Karlheinz Stockhausen (22 August 1928 – 5 December 2007) took the time to give a listen to some then-current tracks by Aphex Twin, Plasticman, Scanner and Daniel Pemberton. While his comments are a few years old, they’re worth reading for his perspective. Stockhausen had these music… Read More Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Electronic Music Tips (For Aphex Twin, Plastikman & Others)
Icelandic original Björk has penned an interesting essay for the Guardian that looks at why she loves Karlheinz Stockhausen. Here’s an excerpt: For my generation, Stockhausen’s published lectures had unbelievable impact. He was the most hopeful of figures: the 21st century was going to be great. The classical teachers in my school, meanwhile, kept… Read More Björk Loves Stockhausen