Noa Ain gives US a surreal portrait of violinist Yoko Matsua in "Used to Call Me Sadness," Joel Chadabe encourages a solo percussionist to interact with an automated electronic system in "Echoes," Ann McMillan manipulates animal sounds with recording techniques in "Whale I," Gordon Mumma offers audience members "Do It Yourself" participation in "Cybersonic Cantilevers" and Vladimir Ussachevsky suggests a pre-biblical story of the creation of the world depicted by electronic chorale in "Conflict."
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