Technology in Music and Related Arts

Audio Harvest Course Reimagines Rainforest IV

In 1973, the pioneering American pianist and composer David Tudor introduced “Rainforest IV” at a symposium in New Hampshire, presenting a groundbreaking project involving sonic sculptures created from found objects. This immersive experience allowed spectators to explore the resonant properties of these objects, forming a sonic jungle. Fast forward 50 years, students in Oberlin College’s...

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TIMARtian Creativity blossoms in December

Electrophonics Fall 2023

Audio Harvest Course Reimagines Rainforest IV

Composer Piyawat Louilarpprasert Visits TIMARA

Mixtape: RadioLab in Oberlin!

Introducing Heather Mease: Composer, Musician, Multimedia Artist

Musical Robots and Sonic Circuitry: TIMARA Welcomes Steven Kemper

Francis Wilson (’12) Appointed Visiting TIMARA Faculty

Electronics and Art Converge in Senior Recitals at FAVA

Kayla Reagan (’20) Receives Grammy Nomination

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