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Electro-acoustic
1:30
2009
Electro-acoustic
1:31
2009
Electro-acoustic
1:30
2009
Electronic Music
2:32
2014
Electro-acoustic
2:11
2013
Choral Music
2:44
2011
Music for Flutes
2:03
2007
Contemporary Concert Music
2:09
2004
Electronic Music
2:30
2002
Electro-acoustic
11:36
2004
Electro-acoustic
1:30
2009
Electro-acoustic
1:30
2009
Electro-acoustic
1:30
2009

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  • CD/LP release party and live performance, featuring the photography of Dale Klous, the electronic illustrations of Lynn Fellman, the realtime computer generated imagery of Paul Christian, a screening of Mike Olson's "Noopiming" and a live electronic music performance by Mike Olson on a collection of vintage and contemporary electronic instruments.  http://www.mikeolsonmusic.com/six-projects  
  • updated the Artwork Dick and Don
    This piece was created on a computer, during a period extending from January through August of 2004.  It is the fourth piece which I have created using a compositional technique which consists of constructing music out of fragments of preexisting material. Dick and Don was featured in the 2006 Spark Festival of electronic art at the University of Minnesota, along with custom choreography created specifically for that event.  This piece uses as it’s source material, voice recordings of D…
  • updated the Artwork Shift (excerpt)
    This piece will be the title cut on the "Shift" CD/LP later this year on the Innova Recordings label. Shift is an electronic music composition which I started working on back in 1999.  I set it aside for three years and then finally finished up work on it in 2002.  The piece marks my transition to fragment-based composition and uses that technique to some degree.  Shift consists of two primary sections.  It opens with a short gesture performed on a Minimoogsynthesizer, (one of my favorite…
  • updated the Artwork Noopiming (excerpt)
    This piece will be included on the "Shift" CD/LP later this year on the Innova Recordings label. This a single movement a cappella choral piece.  The title of the work is also the text.  Noopiming is an Ojibwe word, which translates as "in the North, inland, in the woods". All of the vocalizations in the piece are created using various elements of this single word. The piece has as it's primary aesthetic underpinning, some of my own personal impressions of the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wi…