The RCA Mark II / C. Spencer Yeh.
- [Brooklyn] : Primary Information ; 2017.
- Sound recording
1 audio disc (38 min., 18 sec.) ; 12 in.
- Avant-garde (Music) -- United States -- 21st century.
Noise music -- United States -- 21st century.
- Artists' books.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York Brooklyn.
- System Details:
- analog 33 1/3 rpm stereo
- "The RCA Mark II is a follow-up to Yeh’s recent vocal work and is focused solely on the non-musical operation of the famed RCA Mark II synthesizer. Built and installed in 1959 at Columbia University, it was the first programmable synthesizer and became the bedrock upon which the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was founded. The machine has not worked since 1997."--Primary Information website.
- Composed, performed, and edited by C. Spencer Yeh (BMI), mastered by Al Carlson.
- Title and statement of responsibility from sleeve.
Edition of 500.
12" vinyl record in slipcase (32 x 32 cm.)
The album was designed by Robert Beatty and includes liner notes by Andy Battaglia.
Tracks I-VI recorded 10/26/15 at Artists Space Books and Talks, NYC by Bob Bellerue; VII-IX recorded 12/1/2016 at The Great Hall, The Institute of Fine Arts NYU, NYC; X-XII recorded 3/24/2016 at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY by James Clark.
- Local notes:
- Fine Arts Rare copy purchased for the Penn Libraries in 2017 from Primary Information.
- Penn Chronology:
- Carlson, Al, recording engineer.
Beatty, Robert, 1981-
Dolven, Jeffrey Andrew.
DuBois, R. Luke.
Primary Information (Organization)
Artists Space (Gallery)
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.
New York University. Institute of Fine Arts.
ISSUE Project Room.
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