Stephen Whittington

 

 


 

Stephen Whittington began his involvement with electronic music in the 1970s using analogue synthesisers under the guidance of composer Tristram Cary. He is well-known internationally as a performer of contemporary music, a composer of instrumental music (notably three string quartets, including the widely acclaimed Windmill and Music for Airport Furniture), and a designer of digital art installations. He also writes about music, philosophy and culture. He is currently Head of Studies in Sonic Art at the Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide.




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Jul 21st 2016

Learn how to use creative technologies to make your own music and get a step closer to a career in music. Technology has greatly altered how we write, listen to and enjoy music. This music course will show you how to apply new technologies to your own creative practice.

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