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Warren Burt


The musician is known for writing about the microtonality of music. Interesting topic? You can buy custom college essays at https://order-essays.com/article/custom-college-papers/ about it. 
Warren Burt (b. 1949) is an Australia-based composer of American birth. He is known for composing in a wide variety of new music styles, ranging from acoustic music, electroacoustic music, sound art installations, and text-based music. Burt often employs elements of improvisation, microtonality, humour, live interaction, and lo-fi electronic techniques into his music. Warren Burt attended the State University of New York, Albany (BA, 1971) and the University of California, San Diego (MA, 1975) before moving to Australia in 1975. Currently, he is a research fellow at the University of Wollongong, writing a book on Microtonality for the Beginner.

Brad Garton

Brad Garton (b. 1957) is an American composer and computer musician who is professor of music at Columbia University. He has written a number of computer music applications, including Real-Time Cmix, music synthesis and signal processing language for real time composition. He received his doctorate in composition from Princeton University. Garton is director of the Computer Music Center, Columbia University, formerly the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.
Brad can't make it to Australia but he has agreed to do a live video link up with us and a performance. He'll do it live from his home in Roosevelt, New Jersy.
More details soon...

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