From Leon Theremin to software synths, and from Kraftwerk to gangster rap, the electronic music explosion has made an impact on almost every aspect of the music industry. The book, Electronic Music Pi... Click To Read More About This Product
From Leon Theremin to software synths, and from Kraftwerk to gangster rap, the electronic music explosion has made an impact on almost every aspect of the music industry. The book, Electronic Music Pioneers tells the exciting stories of the people and inventions that revolutionized the musical sound palette. Electronic Music Pioneers tells an expansive history of electronic music and is filled with exhaustive research and useful knowledge about the methods and history of electronic music. The book features an extensive timeline, as well as interviews with synth legends like keyboard designer Dr. Robert Moog and artist Klaus Schulze. Composer, musician, and journalist Ben Kettlewell has been involved with almost every aspect of the music industry for over 3 decades. In the early '80s, he hosted a popular public radio program, Imaginary Visions, which was one of the first electronic music series aired in the United States. He has also written scores for various theatrical and film projects, including Jonathan Morrill's 1992 cult film Johnny in Monsterland. He is currently the editor of Alternate Music Press (www.alternatemusicpress.com), an online music archive. He lives in Marina Del Ray, California.
Size: 11" x 8-1/2"
Author: Ben Kettlewell
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