An individual note: of music, sound and electronics (A by Daphne Oram

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Maybe you will then find it possible to emphasise the region of CEl E. But beware of becoming benumbed, of being hypnotised, of being 'switched on', or rather 'switched off', for then your individual wavepattern will not be able to play its part; it will gain no lasting benefit and you will find yourself impatiently repeating the experiment over and over again, whenever you want the experience. Let us now tum from the listener to the composer. When a composer has found that he has a gift for 'tuning in' his wavebands, and that he now wishes to transduce the spark he has received into a musical composition, he has the difficult task of finding a form and of evolving a style which will support all aspects of his endeavour.

Life in those days seems to have been more predictable- oh yes, there were the revolutions and the strivings-but the average life was quieter, perhaps more disciplined ... it thought it knew where it was going. Do you think it is the role of music always to reflect the life of the day? Personally I think it is much more than that- we have already mentioned its role of inducing resonance, its greatest role to my mind-but, as well as that, I think it should not only reflect the life of the day but show the possibilities for the future.

L t. ~eglOns. ~ts life span of feedback echoing would depend on Its mltlal amplItUde and the reinforcement it received from time to time through being retrieved into consciousness. st or damaged in one area, it could often be found to reside also III a~othe~ area, and. er~onalIty formant filters', so the signal might undergo many slglllficant changes in the process. The b~ain will prob~bly not bother to retrieve (or even store) ev~ry det~11 of the partIcular memory thought. It will bring the salIent POlllts back into consciousness, but the minor details it will probabl~ fill in from logical reasoning ...

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