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MUSIC FOR INTERACTIVE MEDIA, CD-ROM, & KIOSKS

VPRO Digitale Gids - CD-ROM (1994)

Occasional Background Music: Publiek Service area of CD-ROM
Format: 8-bit Digital Audio
Publisher: VPRO Television.

Music & Sound Bible Demo - CD-ROM (1994)

Background Music: Constant throughout demo
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Location: Macworld Lezer Disc "YAV" folder
Publisher: IDG Nieuw Media

Music & Sound Bible PowerTools Software Supplement (1994)

Clip Media: 350 MB of sound and MIDI for multimedia
Format: 8-bit digital audio (various formats), Standard MIDI files
Location: Optional Software Supplement to Macworld Music & Sound Bible

Macintosh Virtual Playhouse - CD-ROM (1994)

Clip Media: Clip digital audio files
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Publisher: Hayden

Multimedia Power Tools - CD-ROM (1993)

Theme Music: For CD-ROM launch animation
Additional Music: 40 MB Composition tutorial (QuickTime, Director, etc.)
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Publisher: Random House
Sound Clips
Multimedia Power Tools Theme (464k au 8kHz) generated using Dr. T's Msoftware

Apple Computer Information Kiosk (1993)

Music: "Attractor" Music, background music, etc.
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Location: Show Biz Expo (Los Angeles, CA)
Producer: Art Guerrero Multimedia Lab

Johnson & Johnson Information Kiosk (1992)

Music: "Attractor" Music, background music, etc.
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Location: Johnson & Johnson Convention (Dallas, TX)
Producer: Art Guerrero Multimedia Lab

Verbum Interactive - CD-ROM (1991)

Music: Entire "score" (file-loading music)
Format: 8-bit digital audio and 1 Red-Book track
Publisher: Verbum
Sound Clips
An instrumental arrangement of one of the trios (760k au 8kHz) from my opera "The Rogue"

Finale Guided Tour - Floppy disks (3) (1990)

All Music & Sound Effects: First use of platform-independent music synced to Director animation
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Publisher: Coda Music Technology


MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE WORKS (w/o computer)

Sermon (1973)

Musical Ritual for trombone, clarinet, brass choir, and strings, all in costumes,
with sets, and accompanied by slides. Duration 16 minutes.
Awards: 1974 - Composers Forum.
Premiere: Donnell Library, NY, NY: Early Anderson & the New York Brass Quintet--February 9, 1974.
Publisher: American Composers Edition (ACE) NY, NY.


Intercosmos (1972)

Multimedia Work for octet and 16mm animated film. Duration 14 minutes.
Premiere: Boston University -- April 23, 1972.
Publisher: American Composers Edition (ACE) NY, NY.


Green (1971)

Musical Ritual for flute, clarinet, bassoon, trombone, violin, viola, and contrabass,
with movement, costumes, and 35mm film strip. Duration 25 minutes.
Premiere: Boston University -- April 26, 1971.
Publisher: American Composers Edition (ACE) NY, NY.


MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE WORKS (with computer)

MacFest 2.0 (1992)

Music: Music for Festival Opening real-time interactive animation
Format: 8-bit digital audio
Location: MacFest 2.0 (Los Angeles, CA)
Producer: Art Guerrero Multimedia Lab
Sound Clips
Last verse of five (450k au 8kHz) including transformations of my daugter Celina's voice.


Something Like... Well, I Can't Remember the Name of It (1990)

Interactive and Voice-activated computer-generated animations and music for Macintosh computer (running Ovaltunes software) and a variety of synthesizers and samplers. Duration varies: approximately 20 minutes.
Animations: Brentano
Premiere: Verbum Digital Art Be-In at Zephyr Studios, San Francisco , California -- April 12, 1990. Represented the unveiling of a new form of collaborative interactive multimedia performance art originated by Christopher Yavelow and Brentano called VADA (Voice Activated Digital Art).


Nippon Gakki Variations (1987)

Music generatred by Animation: 18 Mac-controlled DX-7s accompanying live performance
Format: MIDI
Commissioned: The Addison Group (UK)
Premiere: Yamaha Annual Corporate Meeting (Japan)


Mousse du Jour (1987)

Interactive computer-generated graphics and music for Macintosh computer (running Ovaltunes software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 8 minutes.
Premiere: Technologics Conference, Santa Clara, California -- December 5, 1987


Mousing Around (1987)

Interactive composition for a Macintosh computer (running Music Mouse software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 6 minutes.
Premiere: Technologics Conference, Santa Clara, California -- December 5, 1987


Cloning Around (1987)

Interactive probabilistic variations on original material using a Macintosh computer (running Jam Factory software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 7 minutes.
Premiere: First Annual Computers in Music and Education Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah -- September 12, 1987.


S7 Variations (1987)

Interactive probabilistic variations on Stravinsky's "Septet" using a Macintosh computer (running Jam Factory software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 8 minutes.
Premiere: International Computer Music Conference at the Royal Conservatory, The Hague, Netherlands -- October 20, 1986.


BAB Variations (1986)

Interactive probabilistic variations on Bartok's "Allegro Barbaro" using a Macintosh computer (running Jam Factory software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 10 minutes.
Premiere: Boston Computer Museum "Surrealists Ball" -- September 27, 1986.


Rogue_Source (1986)

Interactive performance for Macintosh computer (running M software) and Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler based upon source material from Yavelow's opera, "The Rogue." Duration 12 minutes.
Premiere: Boston Computer Museum "Surrealists Ball" -- September 27, 1986.


The "Record that Never Repeats Itself" (1986)

Little human intervention: Algorithmically generated works using a Macintosh computer (running Cybernetic Composer software) and a Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 5 minutes per work.
Premiere: Boston Computer Museum "Surrealists Ball" -- September 27, 1986.


Logo-rythyms (1986)

Interactive performance for Macintosh computer (running MusicWorks MIDI software) manipulated graphics and Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler. Duration 16 minutes.
Premiere: Boston Computer Museum "Surrealists Ball" -- September 27, 1986.


Imaginary Conversations... Overheard at a Concert of Computer Music (1986)

Computer Assisted Interactive Multimedia composition: Macintosh computer, Kurzweil 250 Digital Sampler, Computer animation, and 400 Dicomed computer -generated slides sequenced on 6 programmable slide projectors using a Clearlight Synchronizer. Duration 12 minutes.
Awards: 1986 - Meet the Composer
Slides: Brentano
Premiere: New England Computer Arts Association "Performance in Real Time" -- April 26, 1986.


MUSIC FOR FILM, VIDEO & AV

VADA (Video Documentary) (1990)

Soundtrack: 14 minutes
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Animation: Brentano

Shocker (Film) (1989)

Additional Music: 9 minutes
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Primary Composer: Bill Goldstein
Director: Wes Craven
Publisher: Alive Films (CD: Varese Sareband)

John Andrew Parks III (Audio CD) (1989)

Orchestration: (MIDI and synthesizer performance)
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Producer: John Boylan
Publisher: Capital Records

Kansas - In the Spirit of Things (Audio CD) (1988)

Orchestration: (from MIDI sequences)
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Producer: Bob Ezrin
Publisher: MCA Records

Reliability & Risk - Computers in the Nuclear Age (AV and Video) (1987)

Soundtrack: (MIDI generated)
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Commissioned: CPSR - Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Awards: Gold Medal - National Association for Multi-Image
Producer: Interlock Media
Publisher: CPSR - Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

New England Time Capsule (Omnimax Film) (1987)

Sweetening: With synthesizers and samplers
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Primary Composer: John Williams (orchestrated by Pat Hollenbeck)
Premiere: Grand Opening of Boston Omnimax Theatre

Mayor Flynn Public Health Campaign (TV-Video-Promotion) (1987)

Soundtrack: (from MIDI sequences)
Format: 44 kHz digital audio
Producer: New England Telephone
Usage: Massachusetts state-wide television campaign throughout 1987

Chesapeake Verse (TV-Video-Documentary) (1972)

Soundtrack: for Video documentary
Instrumentation: Mixed sextet
Director: Steve Yeager
Premiere: National Public Television (Baltimore, MD)


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