Detroit Electronic Music

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Detroit Electronic Music Festival
... The Detroit Electronic Music Festival (DEMF), and its successors comprise an annual series of electronic dance music showcases held in Detroit each Memorial Day weekend since 2000 ... Following the first three events under the name Detroit Electronic Music Festival (2000–2002) were Movement (2003–2004), Fuse-In (2005) and ... and DJs and emphasizing the progressive qualities of the culture surrounding electronic music ...
Gesang Der Jünglinge
... Gesang der Jünglinge (literally "Song of the Youths") is a noted electronic music work by Karlheinz Stockhausen ... The work, routinely described as "the first masterpiece of electronic music" (Simms 1986, 391 Kohl 1998, 61) and "an opus, in the most emphatic sense of the term" (Decroupet and Ungeheuer 1998, 97), is ... as a work of Total serialism, serializing the pitch, duration, dynamics, and timbre of every electronic and vocal event ...
ESD
... Electronic services delivery, government services provided through the Internet or other electronic means Electronic software delivery, Distribution of software by digital transfer rather than by physical media ... in statistical signal processing Engineering Society of Detroit, a multi-disciplinary association in south-east Michigan Enlightened Sound Daemon, is the sound server for Enlightenment and GNOME ...
Electronic - Warfare
... Electronic Warfare Electronic countermeasures. ...
List Of Electronic Music Festivals - 2000s - 2000 – Detroit Electronic Music Festival
... The Detroit Electronic Music Festival is an electronic dance music showcase held in Detroit each Memorial Day weekend since 2000 ... progressive qualities of the culture surrounding electronic music ... The first Detroit Electronic Music Festival was held in 2000, established by Carol Marvin and her company Pop Culture Media ...

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