Gerald Donald

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Gerald Donald is a Detroit techno producer and artist. He is most famous for his work as Drexciya with James Stinson, but has been involved with many groups and artists.

Arpanet[edit]

Arpanet
Origin Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres Detroit Techno, Electro music, Electronica, IDM, Experimental music
Years active 2002-present
Labels Source Records, Rephlex, Record Makers
Associated acts Abstract Thought, Arpanet, Clarence G, Der Zyklus, Dopplereffekt, Drexciya, Elecktroids, Glass Domain, Intellitronic, Japanese Telecom, Lab Rat XL, L.A.M., Shifted Phases, The Other People Place, Transllusion, Zerkalo, Zwischenwelt, Black Replica
Members Gerald Donald
Past members James Stinson(1969-2002)

Arpanet is one of the pseudonyms of Gerald Donald. It was named after both ARPANET (one of the precursors to the internet) and ARP Instruments, an early synthesizer company. Initially a suspected duo between Drexciya-frontmen James Stinson and Gerald Donald, since Stinson's death in 2002, Arpanet is now firmly established as Gerald Donald alone.

Discography[edit]

  • Wireless Internet (2002), Record Makers
  • Quantum Transposition (2005), Rephlex
  • Reference Frame (2006), Record Makers
  • Inertial Frame (2006), Record Makers

Other groups[edit]

As Heinrich Mueller, Gerald Donald has done remixes and appears as producer for several internet-projects, for example "Zerkalo", * Zwischenwelt and "black replica".

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