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  Glitch (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Glitch (also known as Clicks and Cuts from a representative compilation series by the German record label Mille Plateaux) (See Clicks and Cuts Series) is a genre of electronic music that became popular in the late 1990s with the increasing use of digital signal processing, particularly on computers.
Glitch is often produced on computers using modern digital production software to splice together small "cuts" (samples) of music from previously recorded works.
The music is marked by the DSP laden sonic tapestry and twitchiness of glitch with a more hip hop style framework.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Glitch_(music)   (1076 words)

 Glitch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In electronics, a glitch is an electrical pulse of short duration that is usually the result of a fault or design error, particularly in a digital circuit.
A related concept is the runt pulse, a pulse whose amplitude is smaller than the minimum level specified for correct operation, and a spike, a short pulse similar to glitch but often caused by ringing or crosstalk.
Blue Hell is the name of a glitch where a player is inserted into an area which does not exist, or that is not designated as player-accessible.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Glitch   (536 words)

 AMBIENT MUSIC FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.
He referred to some of his music as "Musique d'ameublement" ('furniture music',or more literally, 'music for the furniture' and 'music to mingle with knives and forks', referring to something that could be played during dinner and would simply create an atmosphere for that activity rather than be the focus of attention.
Chill out (music) is generally linked to club culture and is sometimes used as a term which includes ambient music as a subset of itself.
www.factagent.com /Ambient_music   (1417 words)

 Ambient music - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
By the 1980s, New Age music had become so much better known than ambient music, that ambient was taken as a synonym for "New Age", and many ambient musicians deliberately took on new age themes to market themselves to this audience.
Template:Main Dark ambient is a general term for any kind of ambient music with a "dark" or dissonant feel, but often involves extensive use of digital reverb to create vast sonic spaces for frightening, bottom-heavy sounds such as deep drones, gloomy male chorus, echoing thunder, and distant artillery.
Template:Main Ambient industrial is a hybrid genre of ambient and industrial music; the term industrial being used in the original experimental sense, rather than in the sense of industrial metal or EBM.
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Ambient_music   (1965 words)

 The History of Rock Music - The Nineties
And, in a way, this was the terminal point of a movement begun at the outset of the 20th century to emancipate music from the dogmas of classical music.
The spirit of Lightwave's music recalled the allegorical, encyclopedic minutiae of medieval treatises, an elaborate clockwork of impossible mirages and erudite quotations.
Veteran British music critic David Toop aimed for Brian Eno's ambient ecstasy via a mix of natural sounds, electronic sounds and acoustic instruments on Buried Dreams (1994), a collaboration with Max Eastley, basically reinventing musique concrete for the ambient generation.
www.scaruffi.com /history/cpt522.html   (3997 words)

 Random Walk Sampling, Electronic Music and the DJ
The audience for electronic music is a growing, worldwide network premised on the convergence between entertainment, marketing, and integration of ideas through the avant-garde.
Turntablism is increasingly thought of as a valid musical instrument, while the ability to play digital media using analog emulation on pro-CD players is fuelling growth of this industry.
Analysis of this playing style shows that pre-recorded music is composed of multiple parts in a temporal relationship, yet each with autonomy and independence.
www.swin.edu.au /chem/bio/papers/iciam9089.htm   (276 words)

 Pretty Good Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
I can also appreciate something like the music of M2, which is minimal even by the already minimal standards of the genre ­ an M2 song is sometimes reduced to icy sine wave blips at 1-second intervals.
and frankly, you can forget about all that silly posturing, because the music he makes is totally amazing, and he explodes the idea of the glitch being tied to irritating ultra-minimalism.
He's credited with being one of the godfathers of the whole click and cut phenomenon, but don't hold that against him as the music he's making now is quite the opposite of that stuff.
www.unc.edu /~chague/reviews/Oval.htm   (744 words)

 Michael Schmidt, 'Music and Globalization in the Age of Media', June 2001, European Graduate School, EGS, Saas-Fee, ...
For example, when DJ Spooky spoke of 'glitch' music, he didn't use it in an eclectic way, it was used to create a new context.
Audience: With a global music scene there is ripe opportunity for cross-pollination but at the same time in order for mass appeal an accidental aesthetic imperialism which emerges, in which culturally specific and rhythmically unique musical idioms are all transformed to have the same disco beat behind them.
A collage of music drawn from a so-called urban fl idiom which is presented in the context of whitebread FM radio means something.
www.egs.edu /faculty/schmidt/schmidt-music-globalisation-2001.html   (2202 words)

 Tristan Perich : 1-Bit Music
Merging his interests in art and electronic music, Perich programs and packages electronics in a standard CD jewel case that generate minimal glitch/dance music when headphones are plugged in.
Begun in May 2004, the music is now finished and will soon be released in stores as-is. Please consider the limited edition, or subscribe to the mailing list for future news.
Watch a generation of dithered youths brought up on a healthy diet of Italian plumbers, spiky mammals, and gender bending space pirates warp a fascination with the tinny tones of the past into the touch tone pulse of today.
www.onebitmusic.com   (336 words)

 sound | paradigms | thought   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
It is merely a small sampling of the most influential, pioneering artists working today with new technology to create lasting, profound art in the 21st century.
Hopefully this will act as a starting point to learn more about the artists working in the new electronic music revolution.
oval - The first to make glitch music - "glitch" is a term for music intentionally created from the accidental sounds of skipping CD's, overloaded computers, failing programs, and taxed stereo systems.
www.iit.edu /~karuaro/cs485/musicians.html   (249 words)

 Tiny Mix Tapes Reviews: Jan Jelinek Music Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
To be fair, however, Jelinek's new record bears closer resemblance, however tenuous, to the "cosmic music" of Popol Vuh than his 2001 effort did to the jazz recordings that served as its original source material.
Jelinek, unlike many of his musical forebears, never ceases to astonish with his ability to layer seemingly endless layers of samples one upon the other to infuse these pieces with a powerful and tactile musical density.
While glitch music is becoming incessantly harder to individualize, Jelinek proves that he is still a very forward-thinking composer who always opts for the side door out.
www.tinymixtapes.com /musicreviews/j/jan_jelinek.htm   (781 words)

 CreepColony's Skillful StarCraft - #1 source for StarCraft strategy, maps, replays, and files
Glitch is exactly the same for ht and dt.
This is a variation of the mine from a distance, have a scv start a building somewhere on the map (doesnt matter where), now have an arbiter on a spot where units cant be recalled (again over water etc...) tell the scv to continue building the partially built building, recall the scv...
When your opponent attempts to disable your defences with Dark swarm to bring Lings in or Disruption Web to Stop your missile turrets, Fly a building over to it and tell it to land on THE EDGE of the spell so that half the building is on it and half is out of it.
www.creepcolony.com /tag.shtml   (5084 words)

GLITCH is a Rock Band from a tiny little small town in OREGON called Bandon.
GLITCH also won Best Alternative Rock at the New York International Music Festival in LAS VEGAS in JUNE,2005.
Tell everyone that you know in the business of music, this is our gift to everyone who helps lay the ground work on establishing our new website.
www.myspace.com /glitchbandon   (882 words)

 Systemisch, MP3 Album Music Download at eMusic
Definitive glitch electronica, this is the important sound of things falling apart.
Oval's Markus Popp once declared his greatest musical influence was the Macintosh operating system; one might argue it's actually CD rot.
The softly murmuring polyrhythmic layers of "Textuell" would be lulling were they not punctuated by an unsettling, off-kilter skip that morphs throughout the album, recalling spastic castanets, tiny machine guns, or the highly amplified sound of insects munching leaves.
www.emusic.com /album/10826/10826579.html   (360 words)

 Sony Media Software - Sound Series - Blip: Glitch Electronica
Sound sculptor j.frede and IDM programmer Carlos Archuleta present the Blip: Glitch Electronica library, an astounding collection of meticulously produced audio assets designed specifically for the production of glitch electronica music.
Every essential component of the glitch electronica sub-genre is represented on this library.
Glitch electronica is a complex aesthetic that utilizes minimal means to invoke stark emotional perspectives.
www.sonymediasoftware.com /loop_libraries/showloop.asp?SPID=241   (229 words)

 Shared music abuse bug hits iTunes | The Register
The glitch in iTunes 6.x - involving a failure to authenticate the source of shared music lists received via multicast - is currently unpatched.
iTunes Shared Music allows users to create playlists for songs on their PC and to share them across a network, a function that only works if copy protection restrictions are absent.
At worst the glitch might also permit the Shared Music lists from various users to be renamed and swapped, thus creating a chaotic environment.
www.theregister.co.uk /2005/10/17/itunes_sharing_glitch   (397 words)

 Odeo: Audio tagged with idm
Other tags: music ambient experimental indie electronica electronic techno electronic music noise psychedelic industrial power electronics experimental music psychedelia experimentalmusic powerelectronics
music podcast showcasing idm ambient, and glitch from unsigned artists and netlabel releases.
Other tags: music weekly community electronic techno artists house trance drum and bass electronic music musicians hardcore official up and coming artists sharing
odeo.com /tags/idm/2   (500 words)

 Disquiet: Page-spotter, a bibliography in progress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The biographer is an associate professor of music at Mercy-hurst College in Pennsylvania.
One of the themes that runs through Disquiet.com is the idea that electronic music is a place where we're working out the relationship between humans and machines, often in ways that general practice become a more pervasive metaphor.
Lanza's collection of essays is more about the history of lounge music and the Muzak corporation than it is about the current crop of ambient music, but it develops a vocabulary of mood music, at once concise and perfumed.
www.disquiet.com /page-spotter.html   (4327 words)

 Raw42 Definitive - Glitch Music Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Glitch music started with the help of computer technology that helped make super small and subtle sounds.
The music is minimal, IDM related and rythmic yet do not contain any percussion, easy to recognise instruments or even instruments really.
Information contained on this page is © copyright Raw42 Music Limited 2001 and should not be reproduced without permission but may be linked to with a clearly displayed credit and hyper-link to Raw42 - www.raw42.com.
www.raw42.com /cgi-bin/genre_guide.pl?genre=1014&refer=42records   (229 words)

 Poke Glitch!
If you want to go to a pokemon glitching site that will be updated, Kyogredude and Locke are working on one, you will find the url somewhere in the new forums, which they are also helping with.
O yea, that LF glitch i posted in the lsat update...it not a glitch or misspelling or whatever.
Anyway, the mispelling error in have in the other section MAY not be an error, and i added an Affilate.
pokeglitch.tripod.com   (1011 words)

The band decided to give their new album this title because it describes their type of music.
Gavin-"We chose this title (The Art of Making Noise) because our music combines all types of different rock music elements.
There are cool effects, different sounds, awesome riffs, and every song on the CD has a catchy sound to it.
www.onlinerock.com /musicians/glitch/Music.shtml   (108 words)

 Glitch-Milwaukee - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Estrogen based ear candy based in the city of Milwaukee.
Glitch is a heavy power pop alternative rock band with a punk edge.
Touted as 'one to watch', they have gained quite a bit of exposure and notice from the industry critics.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/music/artist/bio/0,,1195053,00.html   (210 words)

 Free & Legal Music Downloads on Ma.gnolia
There's plenty of free and *legal* music downloads out there.
New social web app CCHits is a digg-style directory of Creative Commons licensed music tracks.
Subscribe to bookmarks in Free & Legal Music Downloads via RSS (Lite) or Atom (Lite).
ma.gnolia.com /groups/freemusic   (259 words)

 Potuznik: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com
A collaboration with Mego's Ramon Bauer (aka General Magic), Concorde is an ambitious hybrid of electro, pop, disco, hip-hop, funk, ambient, noise and computer glitch music with few immediate precursors.
An original Structure label-group artist with dozens of releases on Köln-based imprints such as DJ Ungle Fever, XXC3, Eat Raw, and Pharma, NYC-based experimental electro producer Can Oral is the man behind an array of pseudonyms.
Austrian techno experimentalist Patrick Pulsinger is one of a very few Vienna-bred electronic musicians to reach acclaim in the wider dance music world.
www.music.com /person/potuznik/1   (349 words)

music: a chance-prepared or chance-adapted instrument, vast as this new
Glitch, whose early examples exist as visual work, can be seen in the
glitch arts should we extend the concept a little bit.
www.anti-theory.com /texts/xlr8r/index.html   (2336 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Music: 94 Diskont, Jim Oval, CD
94 Diskont is undoubtedly a standout in the field of electronically advanced, glitch-heavy music.
In addition to having clear resonance with those primarily interested in process, this record resides in an autonomous and highly aesthetic sonic universe, where bits of production and granulated noise easily melt into warm, repetitive arrangements.
Portions of content provided by All Music Guide®, a trademark of All Media Guide, LLC
music.barnesandnoble.com /search/product.asp?ean=036172873623   (248 words)

 Big Fish Audio click. (Audio/WAV/Acid) - [Sam Ash]
Whether you call it "glitch music" or "microsound" or "laptop electronica," it's the sound of the digital error.
And you hear this music's influence spreading to rock, hip hop, pop, etc...
It's time to cast off the shackles of analog banality, because with the collection of sounds on this CD, you're ready to build the foundation for your next digital opus.
www.samash.com /catalog/showitem.asp?ItemID=57197   (356 words)

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