New York-based composer Charles Dodge (1942), one of the most prominent pioneers of computer music since 1964, as documented by
Changes (Nonesuch H71245),
Earth's Magnetic Field (Nonesuch H71250, 1970),
a computer-based electronic poem that translated astrophysical data into sounds,
In Celebration (1975).
Later compositions incorporated the human voice:
Speech Songs (1972), which pioneered the use of synthetic speech (pre-
vocoder), Synthesized Voices (CRI, 1978)
Any Resemblance Is Purely Coincidental (1980) and
The Waves (1984),
both collected on
Any Resemblance Is Purely Coincidental (New Albion, 1992).
Viola Elegy (1987), Violin Etudes (1993), and Fades Dissolves Fizzles (1996).
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