studying computer music and composition with Milton Babbitt and Paul Lansky and experimental music and improvisation with J.K. Randall. Though rooted in experimental computer music, Warner has written orchestral and chamber music as well. He played drums for a time with the late Glenn Spearman and has done live laptop performances on the Boston experimental/improvised music series, Zeitgeist, and at the Deep Listening Space in Kingston, New York. Once connected to the American electro-acoustic music scene, Warner sees his current music as more closely allied with vanguard electronica (Oval and Bernhard Gunter are current favorites).
He has taught at Bard College and now teaches computer music and electronic art at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Electro Acoustic Music IOne of his early computer synthesized works, Delay in Glass, is available on a Neuma Records compact disc Electro Acoustic Music I (Neuma 450-73) and his new label Virtuelle has released two compact discs of his recent computer music. He has also collaborated with British video artist Brian Hoey on a series of three sound/land-scape videos, American States, Timepiece, and Tir Na Nog. His installation and sound work has been presented at The Festival Synthèse in Bourges, France, The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, The Victoria Independent Film and Video Festival in Vancouver, Canada, The AV Festival in Newcastle, England, and the Smith College Museum of Art. With the philosopher and music critic Christoph Cox, he has published a book Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music, an annotated collection of writings on experimental music practices from John Cage and Pierre Schaeffer through DJ culture.
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