electronic composition

electronic composition

[i‚lek′trän·ik ‚käm·pə′zish·ən]
(graphic arts)
Typesetting in which characters are generated by electron or laser beams at speeds above about 6000 words per minute.
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Inspired by the incredible work of Liverpool poet Adrian Henri, Horny Handed Tons of Soil fuses beat poetry with folk song, electronic composition with live brass, and percussion and documentary film with theatrical storytelling.
Two decades later it evolved into the magazine most of us became familiar with, including the use of four-color graphics and state-of-the-art electronic composition. In 1991, the association's name was changed to IMA [R] (Institute of Management Accountants), and in 1999 this magazine was renamed Strategic Finance.
Winner of the Composer's Medal at this year's Urdd Eisteddfod, Lois Eifion, 23, from Penisarwaun near Caernarfon, graduated with a Masters of Music in composition, electronic composition and sonic art.
These newer offerings were sometimes met with vocal and public criticism by some members of the broader Arts community: African Drumming is not "real" music; Guitar players won't learn to read "standard" notation; electronic composition has neither rigour nor form; First-Nations studies has no place in the Music classroom.
He served as the instructor of the 2008 fall semester electronic composition class.
This issue features various aspects of electronic composition such as use of rules, manual and machine composition, local and global control, notation, and case studies.
Khoury's electronic composition blended all manner of sounds: Hysterical laughter, crumpled paper, the hissing of steam, gibberish words, birdsong.
As far back as 1982, the company was one of the first in the UK to use electronic composition.
He joined the Electronic Music Studio of West German Radio in Cologne in 1957, and while there, he consolidated musical ideas and produced the electronic composition "Artikulation" (1958) and the orchestral "Apparitions" (1958-59), which launched his international career a year later.
The new media art and performance department, directed by dance historian Ninotchka Bennahum, offers study in multimedia, experimental imaging, electronic composition, and new media criticism.
Over the next 11 months, the companies incorporated HTI business rules into a fully automated and accelerated electronic composition process; created new data preparation and approval processes; wrote new layout and extract rules; communicated to sales staff the product features the new system couldn't accommodate; and conducted extensive testing.
It had been created by expanding an originally purely electronic composition and it deconstructs the text of the psalm, Lord, Have Mercy Upon Us [Hospodine, pomiluj ny].

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