1. TIMARA Professor Tom Lopez tells us how new technology makes it possible for composers to manipulate audio and video in real time and then he shows us, using his own video profile as the raw material.

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  2. The Death of the Moth was composed in Oberlin, Ohio (2003, revised in Oberlin, 2006). It was written for chamber orchestra and electronics to accompany film by Rian Brown and Hege Røyert. "Men rush to their doom like moths flying to their death in the candle-flame"—Bhagavad Gita. The moth is drawn towards light, and like Icarus, will inevitably burn its wings and fall. "The Death of the Moth" is a meditation on mankind's "falling from grace" and his out-of-balance relationship with nature. The title is from a short story by Virginia Woolf.

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  3. Video recording of a live concert and radio simulcast (WOBC-FM) featuring the Oberlin Synthesizer Ensemble: Charlie Abbott, Noah Chevan, Will DiMaggio, Sam Fisher, Charlie Glanders, Adam Hirsch, Tom Lopez, Margaret McCarthy, Matt Omahan, Jack Patterson, and Sam Wappler. Performed in Warner Main Space of the Oberlin College campus on May 11, 2014. Featured synthesizers: Analogue Systems TH48, ARP 2600, Buchla 200 series, ElectroComp EML200, Korg MS10, MultiMoog, MemoryMoog, Paia 6710 Vocoder, Putney VCS3, Quintuple PortaMod (by Sergio Franco), Triple PortaFilt (by Sergio Franco), Talbertronics VCA (by John Talbert), Talbertronics VCF (by John Talbert).

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  4. Video recording of a live concert and radio simulcast (WOBC-FM) featuring the Oberlin Synthesizer Ensemble: Charlie Abbott, Noah Chevan, Will DiMaggio, Sam Fisher, Charlie Glanders, Adam Hirsch, Tom Lopez, Margaret McCarthy, Matt Omahan, Jack Patterson, and Sam Wappler. Performed in Warner Main Space of the Oberlin College campus on May 11, 2014. Featured synthesizers: Analogue Systems TH48, ARP 2600, Buchla 200 series, ElectroComp EML200, Korg MS10, MultiMoog, MemoryMoog, Paia 6710 Vocoder, Putney VCS3, Quintuple PortaMod (by Sergio Franco), Triple PortaFilt (by Sergio Franco), Talbertronics VCA (by John Talbert), Talbertronics VCF (by John Talbert).

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  5. Video recording of a live concert and radio simulcast (WOBC-FM) featuring the Oberlin Synthesizer Ensemble: Charlie Abbott, Noah Chevan, Will DiMaggio, Sam Fisher, Charlie Glanders, Adam Hirsch, Tom Lopez, Margaret McCarthy, Matt Omahan, Jack Patterson, and Sam Wappler. Performed in Warner Main Space of the Oberlin College campus on May 11, 2014. Featured synthesizers: Analogue Systems TH48, ARP 2600, Buchla 200 series, ElectroComp EML200, Korg MS10, MultiMoog, MemoryMoog, Paia 6710 Vocoder, Putney VCS3, Quintuple PortaMod (by Sergio Franco), Triple PortaFilt (by Sergio Franco), Talbertronics VCA (by John Talbert), Talbertronics VCF (by John Talbert).

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