Anthony Braxton
Endless Summer
V
Fennesz

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Computer Music is a very general category referring to music in which a computer was an integral part of the creation. Here the computer (or computers) fill, for example, the role of an instrument, or a composer, and definitely play a key role in the resulting piece of music. The rising popularity and availability of laptop computers, and computer technology in general, has helped computer music become more common than it once was. Artists whose work is heavily focused on using computers range from the Hub, a group of performers connected via computer network, to Laurie Spiegel, who writes her own computer programs to help make music works.

Computer Music Artists Highlights

Anthony Braxton
Anthony Braxton
Fennesz
Fennesz
Raymond Scott
Raymond Scott
Carl Stone
Carl Stone
Ikue Mori
Ikue Mori
Sam Kulik
Sam Kulik

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Computer Music Album Highlights

Endless Summer
Fennesz
Endless Summer
V
Merzbow
V
Jazz from Hell
Frank Zappa
Jazz from Hell
Civilization Phaze III
Frank Zappa
Civilization Phaze III
The Music of Raymond Scott: Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights
Raymond Scott
The Music of Raymond ...
Venice
Fennesz
Venice

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Computer Music Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Shisheido
Fennesz
St. Etienne Frank Zappa
War Dance for Wooden Indians Raymond Scott
The Point of It All Fennesz
Electric to Me Turn Bruce Haack
Three Motown Electronium Adaptations Raymond Scott
Program Me Bruce Haack
And I'm Singing
Jim O'Rourke

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