Oramics to Electronica
Oramics to Electronica explores the history of electronic music from the 1950s until today. Find out more about the exhibition on our website: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/ORAMICS
Oramics to Electronica
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Synthesisers provided a wide open palette of colours and sounds to play with, but you still had to choose what you wanted to do and learn the discipline of this new technological form.’ Dick Mills Find out more - www.sciencemuseum...
Techno Machinery, Vcs3 Synthesis, Vcs3 1969, Ems Vcs3, Synthesis Provider, Sounds Machine
EMS - VCS3 (1969)
VCS3 synthesiser by EMS - - Science Museum
The Oramics Machine is a unique electronic instrument invented by Daphne Oram (1925-2003). FInd out more - www.sciencemuseum...
Music, Daphne Oram, Machine Waveform, Instruments Inventions, Instruments Electroacoust, Oram 1925 2003, Electronics Instruments, Electronicmus Synthesizing, Electroacoust Sounds
"Daphne created her extraordinary music machine at a time when synthesisers as we know them were not available. In the 1950s and early 1960s, musicians wanting to use new sounds had to adapt devices made for other purposes. Laboratory signal generators, natural sounds and, especially, tape recorders were pressed into service. Oram produced many compositions that way, but she also dreamt of making machines that would give her complete control of compositions and how they sounded." —Science Museum
Oramics Machine ~ waveform scanners in compartment ~ by Daphne Oram, 1959 #electronicmusic #synthesizer #instruments #electroacoustic #sound #synthesis
Oramics machine waveform scanners / Daphne Oram, c. 1959
Oramics Machine, c. 1959 - - Science Museum
Oramics to Electronica by Nick Street. Commissioned by The Science Museum, London Find out more - www.sciencemuseum...
Features Exhibitions, Contemporary Electronics, London, Legendary Oram, Daphne Oram, Bbc Radiophon, Electronics Musicians, Jennings Fearnley, Exhibitions Centre
Commissioned by The Science Museum, London Directed, Produced, Filmed and Edited by Nick Street and Jen Fearnley A documentary following the co-curation of the 'Oramics to Electronica' exhibition at The Science Museum in London. The exhibition centres around Daphne Oram's legendary Oramics machine, and features exhibits co-curated by BBC Radiophonic Workshop, EMS and a group of contemporary electronic musicians.
Oramics: Atlantis Anew Oramics: Atlantis Anew was co-commissioned by The Science Museum, The London Consortium and Sound & Music. Find out more: www.sciencemuseum...