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Barry Hall    link barry[at]ninestones[dot]com
musician and builder/collector of instruments
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Brian Jarvis
founding member of Dubreq and inventor of the Stylophone
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Cornell University
Cornell University
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David Hanawalt & Bill Close
David Hanawalt, Architect and Bill Close, Sonic Installation Artist
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David Klavins    link dklavins[at]gmail[dot]com
pianobuilder
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Ela Lamblin    link lela[at]lelavision[dot]com
sculpture, performer and musician
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Jim Doble
maker of beautiful instruments
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Tom Nunn
builder of and performer with original/experimental musical instruments since 1976
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Yuri Suzuki    link yuri[dot]suzuki[at]gmail[dot]com
versatile artist/designer
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Emmett Chapman
In addition to creating the Chapman Stick instruments, Emmett has also had a career as a performer a
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Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group is a creative organization dedicated to creating exciting and innovative work in a w
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Peter Richards
long-term Artist in Residence at the San Francisco Exploratorium
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Jon Rose
Australian violinist, best known for his experiments with violins.
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Gery en David Van Wassenhove    link geryvw[at]skynet[dot]be
father and son invented the Sonic Sound Plate
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King Krishna Deva Raya
Indian king (1509-1529)
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Thadeus Cahill
Lawyer and inventor. Invented the first electromechanical musical instrument called Telharmonium. (1
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Neil Feather
creative genius, selfdeclared 'Sound Mechanic', creator of radical and unusual musical instruments
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Luigi Russolo
(1885 - 1947) Italian Futurist ,the author of the manifestoes The Art of Noises (1913) and Musica F
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Felix Rohner and Sabina Schärer
Creators of the Hang. PANArt Company , Bern , Switzerland.
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Prof. Dr. Godfried-Willem Raes
Flemish creative mind, inventor and experimentor. (co-)Founder of the Logos Foundation in Gent, Belg
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Peter Blasser
inventive mind with a view
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Laurie Anderson
(1947) American experimental performance artist and musician, inventor of the tape-bow violin.
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Fran Holland
artists, makes sound sculptures
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David Krejci    link krejci[at]doses[dot]com
performer and inventor of the Cleophone.
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Bart Hopkin    link emi[at]windworld[dot]com
director of Experimental Musical Instruments
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Leonard Solomon
eccentric artist
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Bob Grawi    link gravikord[at]aol[dot]com
musician and inventor of the Gravikord
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Elisha Gray
(1835 – 1901) inventor of the Telephone (see Wikipedia)
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Stephen Schweitzer
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R:IP
Rotterdamse Improvisatie Poel
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Hans Reichel
graphic and typeface designer
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Mark Deutsch
performer and inventor of the Bazantar
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Eric Beug
inventor (?) and maker of the Walkotron
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Michel Waisvisz
( +2008) electronic music composer and performer, founder of STEIM
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Bill Milbrodt     link info[at]carmusicproject[dot]com
composer and leader of the Car Music Project
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André Franquin
(1924-1997) Belgian comix artist, invented Guust Flater/Gaston Lagaffe, Marsupilami and the Flaterfoon/Gaffophone
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Mike Walters
performer and builder of nice musical instruments
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Ganjatron
real name ??, retrocomputer freak and music lover
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Yuri Landman
luthier specialized in experimental electric string-instruments
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Interactive Sonic Systems Team
team members: Marcos Alonso, Sergi Jordà, Günter Geiger and Martin Kaltenbrunner
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Hokkaido Industrial Research Institute
creators of the Melody Road
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David Silverman
director on the TV show The Simpsons and Tubatron player
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Gametone    link gametone[at]wrybread[dot]com
no info, please help me
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Iner Souster
builder of weird wonderfull instruments made of junk
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Nikola Basic
Croatian architect
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Trimpin
artist name of Gerhard Trimpin (1951), German sound sculpture artist, now living in Seattle
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Leon Theremin
Russian inventor, father of the Theremin
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Leland W. Sprinkle
mathematician and electronic scientist at the Pentagon
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Friedrich Trautwein
(1888 -1956) professor at the Berlin Music Academy
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Bradford Reed    link pencilina[at]verizon[dot]net
NY based composer, performer and producer
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Bill Aitken
father of the SynthAxe
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Ken Butler
hybrid artist, collage maker and performer
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David Haney & Kim Daniel
fathers of Zendrum
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George Cloetens
(1871-1949) Belgian Instrument builder, father of the Luthéal
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Morse Robb
Canadian inventor of the first electrical organ
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Hugh Le Caine
(1914-1977) Canadian scientist and composer, inventor of the first voltage controlled synth.
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Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume
(1798–1875) French violin maker
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Wladimir Baranoff-Rossiné
(1888-1944) Russian avant-garde artist.
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LEMUR
League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots is a group of artists and technologists who create robotic musical instruments.
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Craig Huxley
(born 1954 as Craig Hundley) former child TV star, jazz musician and composer
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Max Eastley
sound sculpture artist
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Pleyel
famous builders of famous pianos
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Joe McKay
digital artist
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Rare Beasts
no info on Rare Beasts found
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Ken Rinaldo
interdisciplinary artist
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MIT Media Lab
MIT Media Lab
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Max V. Mathews
researcher at AT&T Bell Laboratories
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Frederic Kastner
musician and physicist, son of Henri Dunant.
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Leon Gruenbaum
math lover and musician
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Benjamin Franklin
inventor and much more
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Force Theory Productions    link themusic[at]forcetheory[dot]com
musical production team from Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The group was founded in 1997 and continues to produce music for films and perform stage shows.
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Alan Gittler
Jazz musician, moved later to Israel and changed his name in Avraham Bar Rashi.
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Athanasius Kircher
(1602-1680) German Jesuit polymath
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Ray Edgar
Dutch visual and sonic artist,
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Dan Trueman and Perry Cook
professors at Princeton University
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Alari Thierry
humble scratch artist, no further info about him, if you know something please let me know
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Erkki Kurenniemi
Finnish electronica pioneer who invented and built custom synthesizers
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John Bowers
no info on John Bowers
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Hugh Davies
(1943 - 2005) pioneer of electronic music, inventor of musical instruments, composer and educator
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George Jenny
inventor
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Yuichi Onoue    link torigoya[at]zn[dot]main[dot]jp
performer and builder of instruments
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Optigan Corporation
a subsidiary of Mattel
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Dr. Richard Helmer
CSIRO scientist
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Rich Eberlen
inventor of the Solene.
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Jose Antonio Martin Salinas
researcher in music technology and composition at the London Metropolitan University
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Philipp Haselwander
musician and designer
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Jesse Harlin
Master's Student at the University of Oklahoma
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Dennis Havlena    link dhavlena[at]gmail[dot]com
maker of all sorts of musical instruments
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Josef Josefovich Schediwa
Tuba maker and inventor of a whole series of new Tuba like instruments.
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Walter Kitundu
musician, turntable fan, birdlover, photographer and instrument builder
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Jeffrey Traer Bernstein
computer science wizard
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Starr Labs
manufacturers of electronic musical equipment
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Benoît Maubrey     link maubrey[at]snafu[dot]de
Director of the Audio Gruppe (Berlin)
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Michael Delia
painter, sculpture maker, installations builder and sound artist
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James Plamondon
ex-Microsoft executive and lead inventor, lead investor and lead manager of Thumtronics
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Jacques Dudon
microtonal composer, luthier, multi-instrumentiste and president of "Atelier d'Exploration Harmonique"
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Harry Bertoia
Designer and sculptor
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Addi Somekh
balloon artist
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Cor Fuhler
works in the field of electronic and improvised music
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Ezra Daly    link ezra[at]media[dot]berkeley[dot]edu
Technology Specialist at Berkeley, motorcycle luthier and Rockabilly fan
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Eric Leonardson    link eric[at]ericleonardson[dot]org
Chicago-based electroacoustic composer, radio artist, sound designer, instrument inventor, improvisor, visual artist, and teacher.
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Mark Nilsen
poet, sculptor and musician
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Matt Heckert
maker of sound art and installation, performer
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Peter Whitehead
instrument builder, performer, and composer
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Jun Murakoshi
Product Designer MA (RCA)
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Jacob Barton
Scalesmith, composer, udderbotswain, udderbotsmith, grand schemer, bassoonist, keyboardist, society desirer, impresario
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Miya Masaoka
musician, composer, performance artist
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Toneladder Company
Christopher Bauder
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Craig Seven    link craigseven[at]yahoo[dot]com
Seven is a lifelong tinkerer who retired from being a studio guitarist to invent new instruments. He has made bass guitars from wooden canoe paddles as well as instruments from tree stumps and bicycle wheels. He is currently exploring new ways to change string vibrations into electrical signals using liquid metals and alternate construction of existing transducers.
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Ian Fritz
no information on Ian Fritz
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Jan Van Kelst
musician, performer and inventor
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Peter Bennett
(almost?)PhD in the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) at Queens University Belfast.Previously Peter has completed an MEng in Cybernetics at the University of Reading, followed by a PGDip in Digital-Me
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Sonalog
Sonalog is a young, innovative company comprised of engineers and developers with a passion for exploiting the relationship between interactive technology and music production.
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Rags Tuttle
inventor of the Musicpole
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Caleb Coppock    link caleb[at]calebcoppock[dot]com
fine arts artist
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Alex Ferris    link anarchestra[at]yahoo[dot]com
musician, fisherman and metalworker
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Paolo Angeli
original guitarist and instrument builder
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Valentina Vuksic
Media Art student at the Zurich University of Design and Arts
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Johann Nepomuk Mälzel
(1772 - 1838) inventor (metronome, music automatons), engineer (hearing aids for Beethoven)
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Dave Bunker    link daveb[at]bunker-guitars[dot]com
luthier, touch guitarist and entertainer
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Roy Wooten
beter known as "Future Man" of "Béla Fleck and the Flecktones"
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Joseph Richardson
(1790) stonemason and instrument-maker
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Anne Norman    link anne[at]annenorman[dot]com
composer and performer of shakuhachi
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Nicolas Anatol Baginsky
sculpture maker, inventor, instrument builder
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Adolphe Sax
(1814-1894) inventor of a lot of wind instrument like the Saxophone.
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Tim Hawkinson
contemporary sculptureror
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Ricardo Arias
Studied composition and electro-acoustic music and anthropology. Improvising musician.
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Benedetta Piantella Simeonidis and Lesley Flanigan
sound artists
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Francois and Bernard Baschet
sound sculpturors
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Max Vandervorst    link max[dot]vandervorst[at]skynet[dot]be
Luthier Sauvage, composer and inventor of musical instruments.
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Curtis Bahn    link crb[at]rpi[dot]edu
composer, improviser and string-bass player, specializes in live electronic performance using gestural controllers
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Samuel Gaudet and Claude Gauthier
researcher at the university of Moncton (Canada)
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Espen Sommer Eide    link espene[at]bek[dot]no
(aka Phonophani) Norwegian musician and sound artist, member of Alog
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Ellen Fullman    link ellenfullman[at]yahoo[dot]com
composer, best known for her Long Sting Instrument
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Didier Ferment    link didier[dot]ferment[at]u-picardie[dot]fr
aeolian artist
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Ganesh Anandan    link ganesh[at]fingerworks[dot]org
shruti artist, instrument builder and performer
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Brian Crabtree and Kelli Cain
designers of new interfaces
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Vestax
DJ equipment
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Aaron Wendell
no information on Aaron Wendell
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William Duddell
(1872-1917) British electro-physicist and electrical engineer, aka William du Bois Duddell or William Dubois Duddell
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Linda Manzer    link linda[at]manzer[dot]com
Canadian master luthier.
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Lesley Flanigan    link lesleyflanigan[at]gmail[dot]com
sculptor, singer and sound artist in New York
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Hal Rammel    link penumbra[at]execpc[dot]com
visual artist and musician
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Alun Ashworth-Jones and Nigel Thornbory
Alun, maker of transducer pickups and Nigel, luthier
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Nick Crump
a musical gardener or a gardening musician
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Jean François Vrod    link jf[dot]vrod[at]club-internet[dot]fr
autodidact musician and luthier
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Frédéric Le Junter    link info[at]lejunter[dot]net
sound artist and sculptor
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Sony CSL    link ken[dot]inoue[at]jp[dot]sony[dot]com
Sony Computer Science Lab
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Ben Neill    link info[at]greenbeet[dot]com
Mutantrumpet player
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Golan Levin    link golan[at]flong[dot]com
develops artifacts and events which explore supple new modes of reactive expression
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Utenzil    link utenzil[at]utenzil[dot]com
performer and musician
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Hilke Fährmann and Jürgen Schneider    link webmaster[at]scapha[dot]de
Hilke Fährmann, actress. Jürgen Schneider, percussionist/composer
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Erik Nugent    link erik[at]nununugent[dot]com
musician, teacher and instrument builder
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Punk as a Doornail    link punkasadoornail[at]yahoo[dot]com
punkband
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Dan Overholt    link dano[at]create[dot]ucsb[dot]edu
PhD candidate and Lecturer in the Media Arts and Technology program and theCenter for Research in Electronic Art Technology at UC Santa Barbara. He studied electronics engineering and music (violin performance) at CSU, Chico, and has a Masters from the Media Laboratory at MIT, where his thesis focused on the development of a novel interface called the MATRIX.
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Odbol    link artist[at]odbol[dot]com

Odbol is an artist that specializes in designing interfaces that bring the body closer to the machine, thus enhancing the user's ability to manipulate digital information efficiently and unobtrusively- some people refer to these users as cyborgs, but the phenomenon is so rampant in today's modern world that the word cyborg really loses all meaning.

He received his undergrad degree in Computer Science and his Master's in Digital Art and New Media at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is currently residing in San Francisco, CA, playing drums for The Basement Revelations and working on custom VJ software using the Nintendo Wii remote.

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Hugo Gernsback
science fiction author, pioneer of radio and television
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Jerry Chamkis    link jchamkis[at]bga[dot]com
electronics wizard and member of AERCO, Acme Electric Robot Company
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Yoshihiko Satoh    link yoshihipo[at]tbd[dot]t-com[dot]ne[dot]jp
Japanese artist with a lot of humor.
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Peter Biffin    link peter[at]spikefiddle[dot]com
Instrument maker and musician, creator of the tarhu
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Wolfgang von Kempelen
(1734 – 1804) Austrian-Hungarian author and inventor
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John Gibbon
master of found art
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Tristan Perich    link mail[at]tristanperich[dot]com
1-bit composer
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Josh Boughey    link phineus[at]phineusmusic[dot]com
no information on Josh Boughey
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Gregory John Wildes    link gjwildes[at]earthlink[dot]net
Artist, musician and scientist
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Staalplaat Soundsystem     link soundsystem[at]staalplaat[dot]org
Staalplaat Soundsystem is an eclectic mix of techno culture and sound art installation (Josephine Bosma)
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Nicolas Reeves    link reeves[dot]nicolas[at]uqam[dot]ca
Director of the NXI GESTATIO Design Lab - Art Architecture Design
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Michael Markert
a media-artist specializing in programming and electronics
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Sensorband
Zbigniew Karkowski, Edwin van der Heide, Atau Tanaka
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LucyTuning    link lucy[at]lucytune[dot]com
fretted instruments and software
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Yamaha
famous industrial instrument maker
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Forrest M. Mims III
amateur scientist, magazine columnist and author of "Engineer's Mini-Notebook" series
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Nate Whetsell, John van Stoecker and Luke Dahl
students at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA)
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John Starrett    link jstarret[at]nmt[dot]edu
Associate Professor of Mathematics NMT
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Michael Gurevich     link gurevich[at]stanford[dot]edu
Center for Computer Research in Music and AcousticsDepartment of Music, Stanford University
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Leif Krinkle & Zach Layton    link eifkrinkle[at]hotmail[dot]com | zachlayton[at]yahoo[dot]com
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Lars Widenfalk    link lars[at]widenfalk[dot]com
Swedish scuptor
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Ellis Workman    link david[at]roth-music[dot]com
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Computone Inc.
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Christopher Bauder    link info[at]midigun[dot]com
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Dr. Phillips Thomas
engineer at the Westinghouse Research laboratory
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Will Menter    link will[at]willmenter[dot]com
new music composer and maker of sound sculptures
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Joseph Pepe Zawinul
(1932 - 2007) Jazz Genius
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Bill Guess    link wyg[at]cox[dot]net
no information
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Nobumichi Tosa
current president of the Maywa Denki art unit
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George Tzelesis    link info[at]sogroup[dot]gr
sound sculptor and inventor of the SO.GR.O.U.P. civil movement.
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Brian and Leon Dewan    link info[at]dewanatron[dot]com
father and son, mad scientists and electronic geniuses
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Hapitones    link gethapi[at]hapitones[dot]com
company that created the Hapi
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Philip Wickenden
street artist
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S. Leitman, St. Backer, J. Fox, and Jen Carlile
Steven Backer, Jen Carlile, Jesse Fox, and Sasha Leitman met while studying at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. All four are active music makers and tinkerers working with the intersection of technology and art. Jesse Fox currently lives in Portland and the others reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Eric Van Osselaer    link eric[at]evolplay[dot]org
sound artist (biography : http://www.evolplay.org/DOWNLOAD/DOSSIERPDF/BIOGRAPHIE.pdf)
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Bobby Whelan    link bobby[at]soundingbody[dot]co[dot]uk
MA Electroacoustic Composition @ City University, London. BA Music Technology (1st Class). STEIM Internship
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Tim Kaiser    link tim[at]timkaiser[dot]org
Tim Kaiser has been producing experimental art at various venues for the past 25 years. His video, installation and performance art projects have been presented in Germany, Brazil, Sweden, Hong Kong, Cuba, Canada, Philladelphia, New York and Chicago.Tim has toured his live musical performances throughout the US including Cleveland, Boston, Chicago, New York, Providence, Philly, Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul and Fargo!
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Dennis Báthory-Kitsz    link dennis[at]maltedmedia[dot]com
composer - engraver - author - editor - photographer
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Tobi Rix    link on his homepage
clown, cabaretier, musician, entertainer
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Alex Lampe    link alex[at]ampledesign[dot]co[dot]uk
Interactive Designer
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Ivor Darreg
(1917 - 1994)(born : Kenneth Vincent Gerard O'Hara) was a leading proponent of and composer of microtonal or "xenharmonic" music, builder of a lot of experimental musical instruments.
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David Mota
Anaphorian instrument builder
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Carl Reiffel
instrument builder
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Reverend Flatus    link flatus[at]unmutual[dot]org[dot]uk
strange-humoured proprietor of the UnMutual network
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Martien Groeneveld    link martien[at]visualsoundart[dot]com
sound/visual artist
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David Byrne
Talking Head, musician and creative artist
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Resonance Labs
no information please help me.
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Johannes Bergmark    link bergmark4[at]glocalnet[dot]net
see http://www.bergmark.org/cv.html
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PKNTS    link info[at]pankownauts[dot]com
Design group
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Omer Yosha    link contact[at]airpiano[dot]de
Interface Design student from the FH Potsdam (near Berlin)
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Larry Cotton
Larry is a retired engineer and part-time math teacher who lives in New Bern, N.C., and likes to listen to, write, and play anything musical.
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Musical Furnishings (Tor Clausen)    link tor[at]musicalfurnishings[dot]com
Graphic Designer who designs furniture on the side
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Leon Berry
was a popular organist among Chicago's roller skating crowd
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Brit Leissler    link brit[at]shootthestylist[dot]net
Designer at Shoot the Stylist
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Eric The Worrier (aka ErakTheWarrior)
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Hans van Koolwijk    link hansvankoolwijk[at]planet[dot]nl
Amsterdam artist and composer fascinated by sound
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Hannes Hesse, Andrew McDiarmid and Rosie Han
students at UC Berkeley's School of Information
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Anders Fagerström Electronics    link info[at]technopipes[dot]com
Builder of the Technopipes and Technochanter
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Danielle Wilde    link d[at]daniellewilde[dot]com
artist and design researcher
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Antonius Johannes ten Broek
(AKA Andy) painter, blacksmith, performing artist.....
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Evgeny Murzin
optical and audio engineer and inventor (see Wikipedia)
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Dave Bellinger    link  kalimbas[at]spiritone[dot]com
Kalimba and other intruments maker.
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Mark Dalzell    link sales[at]metropolisnj[dot]com
guitar builder/vendor
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Jörg Piringer    link joerg[at]piringer[dot]net
Sound Poet
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Fred Carlson
instrument builder
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Lindsay Vickery    link lvickery[at]mac[dot]com
composer and performer,Head of the School of Music at LASALLE-SIA college of the arts in Singapore
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Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu (Tonkin Liu)
architects
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Choralcelo Manufacturing Co
Melvin Severy (1863 -1951) and George B. Sinclair
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Byeong Sam Jeon    link byeongsam[at]gmail[dot]com
Electronic Artist,Interdisciplinary Researcher and Independent Curator
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Bill Wallace    link swarm[at]shaw[dot]ca
SWARM Director
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Paul Slocum    link paul[dot]slocum[at]gmail[dot]com
artist, gallery owner
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Richard Brown    link rb[at]mimetics[dot]com
Research Artist in Residence in Edinburgh Informatics
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Gaston Klares    link gaston[dot]klares[at]santel[dot]lu
technology enthousiast
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Lorin Edwin Parker    link parker[at]electricwestern[dot]com
artist, audio engineer and instructor in sound and audio
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Jeff Lieberman and Dan Paluska    link lieb[at]alum[dot]mit[dot]edu
MIT offspring
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Wolja Saraga
researcher at the Heinrich-Hertz Institut Für Schwingungsforschung in Berlin, Germany in the 1930-ies
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Dave Barker    link davidb[at]exploratorium[dot]edu
a poster artist and illustrator in San Francisco, California.
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Brian Yung & Hanson Jiang
students at Cornell University
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Roland Olbeter    link info[at]rolandolbeter[dot]com
Set designer and robot artist
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Dylan Menzies    link web[at]zenprobe[dot]com
engineer, composer, physicist, educator
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Bert Schiettecatte    link cubes[at]percussa[dot]com
Founder and Director of Percussa
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Stephan Sarrazin
musician and technician aka 'Stoffel'
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Scott F. Hall    link shall[at]mail[dot]ucf[dot]edu
intermedia artist who creates sounds, objects, still images, and moving images
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Pierre Gordeeff
sound and light artist
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Owl Project    link info[at]owlproject[dot]com
a collaborative group of Manchester based artists who share interests in human interaction with technology and process led art. The group currently consists of Simon Blackmore, Antony Hall and Steve Symons. Over the last few years we have become known for a distinctive range of wooden musical and sculptural instruments that critique human interaction with computer interfaces and our increasing appetite for new and often disposable technologies.
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Tracy (Hiu Man) Tsang    link hmtracy[at]gmail[dot]com
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xciba    link info[at]xciba[dot]de
Frank Arnold and Daniel Dihardja, an independent new media art group
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Luke Jerram    link info[at]lukejerram[dot]com
multidisciplinary artist involved in the creation of sculptures, installations, live arts projects and gifts
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Charles Nichols    link charles[dot]nichols[at]umontana[dot]edu
composer, violinist, and computer music researcher
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Super Jean-François Plomb
'artiste sonore'
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Steve O'Hearn    link steve[at]squonkopera[dot]org
public artist,industrial and set designer
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JooYoun Paek    link jooyoun[at]eyebeam[dot]org
artist and interaction designer born in Seoul and based in New York. She has created interactive objects and installations that reflect on human behavior, technology and social change.
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Pe Lang & Zimoun    link contact[at]untitled-sound-objects[dot]ch
autodidact sound architects
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Music Research Centre, University of York, UK    link cass[at]surek[dot]co[dot]uk
Cass Surek, Evangelos Fotiadis, Ed Dowie, Lily Law and Tony Sheng
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Gary St. Frankenstein    link stfranke[at]stfrankenstein[dot]com
rider / player / master of the St. Frankenstein piano-bike
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Gijs Gieskes    link gieskes[at]gmail[dot]com
VJ, gameboy hacker, instrument builder, webdesigner, programmer.....
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Sarah Layne    link sarah[at]sarahlayne[dot]com
electronic media and design artist
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David Cranmer    link dave[at]nervoussquirrel[dot]com
circuit bender and musician
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Liam Curtin and John Gooding
Liam Curtin is a Manchester based sculptor, John Gooding, artist and inventor
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Phil Dadson    link dadsonic[at]xtra[dot]co[dot]nz
sound & intermedia artist
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Jay Silver    link silver[at]media[dot]mit[dot]edu
seeker at MIT's Media Lab in the Life Long Kindergarten group
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Ziv Bar Ilan    link zoybar[at]gmail[dot]com
industrial designer and the founder/designer and art director of Zoybar
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Enrico Costanza ( with Simon Shelley)    link enrico[at]media[dot]mit[dot]edu
Enrico Costanza is a Research Assistant and PhD student in the Laboratoire de design et media
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Dan Wagoner
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Koichiro Mori (a.k.a. Moxuse)    link moxuse[at]gmail[dot]com
artist from Tokyo who studies generative art. He makes gadgets and electronic instruments. He perform audio-visual acts with them. He is interested in method-oriented music. He also studies generative image and painting. He is interested in how painters are facing to a picture and objects. And he makes the automatic-painting-machine, and tries to reconsider the creativity of the painter.
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Fumiaki Goto    link info[at]cotogotodesign[dot]com
designer
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Joseph Kim
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Yamaha - KDDI
musical instrument builders and designers
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Barr Inc.
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Isac Zal    link isaczal[at]yahoo[dot]com
designs and sculpts new musical instruments and music machines out of steel salvaged from junk cars. His largest work, the Harmonic Generator appeared in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Other instruments have appeared in the Sideshow gallery in Brooklyn. He performs regularly on his instruments with an ensemble throughout New York in various venues including the streets and subways
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Bill Close
Bill is the designer and founder of MASS. His work started with small sound sculptures in art school and has grown into large-scale, musical performance installations.
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Michael Robson    link http://www[dot]myspace[dot]com/robsinn
professional drummer
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Troika    link comment[at]troika[dot]uk[dot]com
Troika is a multi-disciplinary art and design practice founded in 2003 by Conny Freyer, Eva Rucki and Sebastien Noel, who met while studying at the Royal College of Art in London.
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Brian Duffy
conceptual artist, whose work involves live performance/installations/original music composition/and the creation of new musical instruments
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Laura Beloff & Martin Pichlmair
Media Artists
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Petr Hampl
spirited designer whole-souled for Sustainable Development, our Environment and the way we Live and Act
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Adachi Tomomi    link atomo[at]adachitomomi[dot]com
performer, composer, sound poet, installation artist, occasional theater director
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Will Gurley    link will[at]willgurley[dot]com
designer/ artist
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Lee Dong Chul & Tamy Lee
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Marco Blaauw
trumpet soloist and a member of the ensemble musikFabrik in Cologne
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Mike Cook
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Mark Frauenfelder    link mark[at]boingboing[dot]net
blogger, illustrator and journalist. He is editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine and co-editor of the collaborative weblog Boing Boing
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Amit Zoran    link info[at]amitzoran[dot]com    
MIT student
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Ingrid Bachmann    link bachmann[at]videotron[dot]ca
kinetic, interactive artist
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NOA    link info[at]naodesign[dot]com
custom design and fabrication of high-end prototypes, limited production items, and one-off custom creations
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Gatlingboy
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Patrick Sébastien Coulombe    link patrick[at]11h11[dot]com
Montreal and Tokyo based artist and founder of 11h11.com
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Giuseppe Guerriero    link giuseppe_guerriero[at]hotmail[dot]com
designer, Royal College of Art (London, UK)
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Bill Birdsall    link thinkenstein[at]yahoo[dot]com
aka Thinkenstein, diy enthousiast
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Jeff-O
jeff-o Jeff is an electronics technologist at a large aeronautics corporation.
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Jaime Oliver    link jaime[dot]oliver2[at]gmail[dot]com
His current production consists of composed pieces (for computer, instruments and mixed), sound performance and installation. His research explores the history of electronic music, particularly, the multiple expressions of live performance with computers - interactivity, digital-electronic instruments, etc. Although historic, this research is informed by concepts and ideas from gesture, human-computer interaction, philosophy, cognitive science and critical and media theory.
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Fabien Cappello    link contact[at]fabiencappello[dot]com
designer
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Tom Hobson    link tom[at]hobgobeclectronics[dot]com
electronics wizard
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Jay Wasco    link jay[at]jaysmuseum[dot]com
multibrained musician and thinkerer
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Johann Wilde
18th-century German violinist and musical instrument inventor
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Puncture Kit
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Michael Una    link michael[at]una-love[dot]com
sound artist and circuit bender
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Bruce Odland and Sam Auinger
For over 20 years Bruce Odland and Sam Auinger (O+A) have had a transatlantic collaboration making installations that change the way we hear, re-connecting us to our environment. They are composers and philosophers of modern life who think with their ears. They have developed a :Hearing Perspective on our visually insane culture.
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Daniel, Hans, Federico, Carlo and Andy
Andy Cameron (UK),Daniel Hirschmann (South Africa),Hans Raber (Austria),Federico Urdaneta (Columbia),Carlo Zoratti (Italy)
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Nyle Steiner    link steinerevi[at]earthlink[dot]net
trumpet player and synth builder
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Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Katherine Moriwaki and Basura
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Bob Pennington
woodworker, inventor, and sculptor and plays profesionally in an Irish band
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Ernst Zacharias
musician and engineer that worked for Hohner
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Christian Peetz
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Diego Stocco    link info[at]diegostocco[dot]com
sound designer and composer
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Wendy Mae Chambers    link wendymae[at]wendymae[dot]com
musician, composer and the world's foremost virtuoso of the toy piano
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unknown    link info[at]noisejunk[dot]eu
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