Andrew Schloss

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Andrew Schloss ( Walter Andrew Schloss; born 1952 Hartford, Connecticut) is an American musician and computer engineer.[1][2][3]


Schloss is perhaps best known for his work with the radiodrum,[4] a three-dimensional midi-controller.[citation needed] Schloss is a pioneer[citation needed] in computer-music technology, and worked at IRCAM and the CCRMA in the 1980s. He has performed with Léon Theremin, Laurie Anderson, Tito Puente, Chucho Valdés, David A. Jaffe and Peter Brook. He has collaborated extensively with David A. Jaffe, who has composed a variety of works for him, including "The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World," for radiodrum-performed Disklavier and ensemble.[citation needed] Schloss teaches at the University of Victoria and heads the Music Computer Science joint degree program.

Schloss earned a PhD in 1985 from Stanford University,[5] where he worked at CCRMA – the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.

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  1. Vol. 15: The Virtuoso in the Computer Age – V: Music For the Matthews/Boie Radio Drum and Radio Baton (1994)
    1. David A. Jaffe and Andrew Schloss, "Wildlife," for Zeta violin & radio drum (music for the [Max] Matthews and [Bob] Boie radio drum and radio baton);[4] David Jaffe (Zeta violin) and Andrew Schloss (radio drum) (1994)
      1. Part 1: "Sonata "Sacre"
      2. Part 2: "The Most Religious"
      3. Part 3: "Reversed Orbits"
      4. Part 4: "Oracular and Prophetic"
      5. Part 5: "Edible Trance"

    Centaur CRC 2190
    Discogs release ID 1773079.
    Allmusic album ID mw0001371262.

    OCLC 889982094, 767690601, 911745337, 986753145, 30941232, 778855005, 1180811331.




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