Subject: MAX Digest - 30 Nov 1998 to 1 Dec 1998 (#1998-87)
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Topics of the day:

  1. Behavior of "active" when a window is closed. (2)
  2. mistaken
  3. CMJ Article correction
  4. From MAX to IR
  5. A bug in Trace?  (Or a bug in our understanding of MAX...)
  6. (ENGLISH) COLLAGE JUKEBOX version 2.0
  7. (FRANCAIS) COLLAGE JUKEBOX version 2.0
  8. 

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 00:02:50 -0500
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: Behavior of "active" when a window is closed.

>I have a problem with the "active" object used within a subpatch.
>"active" reports 1 when opened and if the window is brought to front .
>If another window is brought to front active reports 0. So far so good.
>However: If the window of the subpatch is closed instead of just being
>"deactivated", active does not report 0.

>Is it supposed to be this way? As long as active reports 1 when window
>is opened, I would assume it to report 0 if the window is closed. After
>all the window is not up front anymore after being closed!

Here's the solution that I use all the time:

Add 1 to the output of active.  So front becomes "2", back becomes "1".
Then add a closebang which sends "0" to the same destination.  Now
you know the 3 states of a window.

Stephen Kay

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Date:    Mon, 30 Nov 1998 21:22:14 -0800
From:    dudas 
Subject: mistaken

BUYO-BUYO-IGOR wrote:

>about an hour ago...i made a mistake and sent you a Japanese message
>that i wanted to send to other list...
>excuse me please

I didn't even notice.

-R

p.s.:

y[n] = a0 * x[n] + a1 * x[n-1] + a2 * x[n-2] - b1 * y[n-1] - b2 * y[n-2]

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 04:51:22 -0000
From:    Kurt Ralske 
Subject: CMJ Article correction

Posted 11/29:

>There is a really excellent long article about MAX at:
>http://mitpress.mit.edu/e-journals/Computer-Music-Journal/CMJ.html
>
>It's a forum-style discussion of the stregnths and weaknesses of MAX
>as a programming language. (It's from 1993....but is still the most
>useful thing I've read about MAX.)
>
>Kurt Ralske

Sorry.....the complete address is:

http://mitpress.mit.edu/e-journals/Computer-Music-Journal/CMJ.ftp.html#EdNo
tes

It's under 'Editor's Notes' and it's called "Putting MAX in Perspective".

Kurt

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 09:35:47 -0800
From:    David Zicarelli 
Subject: Re: Behavior of "active" when a window is closed.

Trond Lossius  writes:

>Is it supposed to be this way? As long as active reports 1 when window
>is opened, I would assume it to report 0 if the window is closed. After
>all the window is not up front anymore after being closed!

active reports 1 because the window was brought to the front when it
was opened (it's not easy in Max to open a window and not bring
it to the front). active is only reporting when a window is
active or not active. Even so, one might argue a window could be
considered "not active" when it was closed. However, I fear changing
it now might interfere with the behavior of existing of patches.

You could use closebang to report the fact that the window
was closed.

The logic of these objects could be streamlined. But it made
perfect sense to me ten years ago.

David Z.

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 19:10:04 +0100
From:    sven erga 
Subject: From MAX to IR

Hi!
I have some devices I want to control from MAX via IR. I have looked
around on the net, finding amongst others the EpiGraf box, which looks
great when it comes down to controlling one device. My problem is that I
want to use similar devices, and I dont want the IR signals to get mixed
up. Any suggestions from you guys?
Thanks in advance.
-sven

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 15:52:19 -0500
From:    David Durlach 
Subject: A bug in Trace?  (Or a bug in our understanding of MAX...)

 Help!  We are in the middle of trying to debug a problem in a
complicated system of patchers including custom C externals.  In
attempting to use the trace feature to help us locate the problem(s), we
*appear* to have encountered a bug in the trace feature itself.  (Or we
don't understand what MAX is *supposed* to do - a bug in us :-)
Any help regarding either would be most appreciated!

Sincerely,

Darius Miller and David Durlach at TechnoFrolics 617-441-8870

------

The simple patchers 'arg' and 'freeze' (included) seem to capture what
we believe is an error in Trace within MAX.

STARTING CONDITIONS:
 Running maxFAT3.5.9.
 Operating system MacOS8.5 on a G3 with 64 Megs of RAM (Problem occurs
identically on MacOS8.0 running on a 603 chip).
 Trace Enabled.

TO VIEW THE PROBLEM:

Open the patcher titled 'arg'

1.Click the bang (with trace enabled)
 a) The trace then highlights a patch cord.
 b) PROBLEM #1: Which patch cord becomes highlighted first is
unreliable. (This problem *seems* to have gone away when we saved the
patcher, rebooted the machine, and re-read it in.  Also, we are not
certain this problem occurs on the 603 chip machine too.  In any event,
please see the additional more persistent problem #2 below!)

2.Press (Apple)-T to step the trace.
 a) The 'freeze' patcher is opened.
 b) A patch cord from a 'freeze' inlet to a bang is highlighted.

3.Continue stepping until:
 a) PROBLEM #2 The patch highlighted in the 'arg' patcher goes into an
inlet of 'freeze', but the next sequential trace step shows data
arriving in 'freeze' from a *different* inlet.
 (Typically only one patch cord in 'arg' is highlighted in the entire
process. The same patch cord is highlighted three times before the trace
is completed.
  The error is that the patch going to 'freeze' does not agree with the
inlet connection of the next sequential patch inside 'freeze'.)

4. SOMETIMES (I have no idea when, but I know it has happened as a
result of loading these two patchers only), immediately upon closing the
'arg' patcher MAX prints the following message:
 "check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object."
 A small fraction of the times this has happened, MAX has been
terminated by the operating system with an ERROR #2.  I think this
corresponds to some kind of memory allocation error.
 Out of suspicion that there was a corrupt file, I rewrote both patchers
from scratch and verified these same problem results on a second (603
chip MacOSV8.0) machine.

!!Any help regarding all this would be most appreciated!!

THE PATCHERS:

------arg patcher--------
max v2;
#N vpatcher 51 41 451 341;
#P newex 182 177 79 196617 freeze;
#P button 212 102 15 0;
#P connect 0 0 1 1;
#P connect 0 0 1 0;
#P connect 0 0 1 2;
#P pop;
--------------------------

------freeze patcher--------
max v2;
#N vpatcher 151 99 712 459;
#P button 242 104 15 0;
#N comlet 3;
#P inlet 241 53 15 0;
#P button 162 102 15 0;
#P button 80 100 15 0;
#N comlet 2;
#P inlet 162 53 15 0;
#N comlet 1;
#P inlet 80 53 15 0;
#P connect 1 0 3 0;
#P connect 4 0 5 0;
#P connect 0 0 2 0;
#P pop;
---------------------------

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Date:    Wed, 2 Dec 1998 23:54:47 +0100
From:    jerome joy 
Subject: (ENGLISH) COLLAGE JUKEBOX version 2.0

 COLLAGE JUKEBOX  2.0   http://www.imaginet.fr/manca/joy/collage

Co-production ASSOCIATION ICI / BREGENZER KUNSTVEREIN / MUSEE D'ART
CONTEMPORAIN DE LYON

---------NOUVELLE REALISATION / NEW REALIZATION :
---------Musee d'art contemporain de Lyon France
---------11/02/1999  -> 11/04/1999
APPELS A CONTRIBUTION / CALL FOR WORKS
DEADLINE : 8/12/1998

------------------ PROCHAINE REALISATION / NEXT REALIZATION :
------------------ Bar Wagram Nice
APPELS A CONTRIBUTION / CALL FOR WORKS
DEADLINE: 30/01/1999

Venez rejoindre les quelques 170 artistes qui participent deja au projet.
Envoyez vos contributions des maintenant.
Come to join the few 170 artists who take part already in the project. Send
your contributions now.

---> Jerome Joy, BP 74, 06372 MOUANS SARTOUX Cedex, FRANCE.
---> email: jj@cnap-villa-arson.fr
---> fax: 00 33 4 92 92 26 35

////// INVITATION //////
You are invited to take part in Collage JukeBox, a project of Jerome Joy.
Here is the advertisement of the new international project Collage JukeBox.
You are cordially invited to take part in this co-operative project of an
international edition in a new form: a juke-box. This project proposes new
investigations in the field of the sound, in music, visual arts and in
other disciplines. It is a project on the " fixed sound " or the " recorded
sound ". The original proposal of the Collage Project was two years ago, to
can listen to some new sound and musical investigations in knowing that the
majority of those are not broadcoasted in thetraditional networks, and to
find some inedite forms of presentation which come out off the beaten
tracks and which allow to put together some sound researches in visual arts
and musical ones. How the sound invests the contemporary languages today?
and which artistic activity and musical possible today?

///// DESCRIPTION /////
The new project Collage JukeBox, after the project of the last year
CollageTV and the first version of JukeBox the last summer, uses the device
of a "true" JukeBox to become mobile and permanent. The edition consists of
evolutionary banks of  CDAUDIOs, growing progressively with new
contributions, and is representative of new sound investigations in art and
music. It is not a question of a collection carried out by collecting, but
of a project where we ask each artist to voluntarily take part and to send
what he or she desires. You can send to the postal address above your sound
and/or musical contributions (works, extracts, documents, etc.) on DAT, CD
or audio-cassette, each work must be less than 10 minutes.
These contributions are then burned on CD, are inserted in the JukeBox
device and are "playable" like tracks starting from the board of the Juke.
Specific works for this project of JukeBox are of course welcome and
especially desired. The participating artists keep the moral right and the
copyright on works sent. JukeBox is free and not-paying. The user chooses
one or of the selections on the board of the JukeBox according to the names
of the artists and titles' displayed, as on a traditional jukebox. All the
selected artists are named (quoted) into each presentation of the project
(publication, catalogs, etc). You can invite two or three other artists to
participate to the JukeBox project.
The Collage title do not want to indicate a selection and a esthetic
reference according to this kind, but this choice wanted to reveal this
particular juxtaposition of different varied processes and experiences
around audio recording. The project Collage JukeBox is permanent today and
evolutionary, you can send your contributions when you want. Each
presentation of the project is a step of this one, and contains the whole
of the participations for a presentation and it choosen date. Be inventive
vis-a-vis of the jukebox!

///// COLLAGE /////
Past events:
- 1996 "Collage Musiques d'Appartement", non-stop hi-fi dispositive in an
apartment open to the public .
- 1996 "Collage Musiques de Plein Air", non-stop sound-system dispositive
in a public place.
- 1997 "Collage TV", 38 TV-programs of 15 minutes each, white screen +
sounds.
- 1997 "Collage Auditorium", automatic website.
- since 1998 "Collage JukeBox", jukebox. (version 1.0, Bregenz Austria,
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/KIDS/collage.html
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/IS/RADIO/RA/is-21_7a.ram
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/RA/jukebox.ram

///// COLLAGE JUKEBOX : CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM OF LYON, FRANCE/////
11/02/1999  -> 11/04/1999
!!!!!!!! DEADLINE : 8/12/1998
Collage JukeBox will be presented during the event "Musiques en scenes"
with other projects of Janet Cardiff, Ian Car Harris, Philip Corner, Paul
Demarinis, Raymond Gervais, John Giorno, Joe Jones, Collage JukeBox un
projet de Jerome Joy, Alvin Lucier, Christian Marclay, La Monte Young,
Charlotte Moorman, Charlemagne Palestine, Peter Sinclair & GH Hovagimyan,
Michael Snow, Wolfgang Staehle, Doug & Mike Starn, Stephen Vitiello et Bill
Vorn.
I am sorry for the very short time for the reception of the new
contributions and the "montage" of the project, but I was informed myself
very late. All the artists will be quoted in the catalog. The JukeBox will
be presented in a user-friendly space especially arranged for this purpose
(with a bar), and not laid out into exhibition spaces.

///// COLLAGE JUKEBOX : BAR LE WAGRAM NICE, FRANCE/////
Mars 1999
!!!!!!!! DEADLINE : 30/01/1999
Collage JukeBox will be presented into a traditional bar near the Nice 's
harbour.

///// PARTICIPANTS /////
The number of participants have not ceased to increase since two years,
creating truly an experimental space in which meet as much the artists in
contemporary art, composers, musicians, etc.
Since the Collage JukeBox Version 1.0, you can find into the JukeBox pieces
of these following artists:

Annie Abrahams, Anna Adahl, Guenther Albrecht, Dominique Angel,
Pierre-Andre Arcand, Eric Arlix, Scot Art, Kenneth Atchley, Christophe
Ballange, Christian Banasik, Robert Barry, Frederic Beaumes, Vicki Bennett,
John Bischoff, Olivia Block, Blood on the Honky Tonk Floor, Lynn Book,
Xavier Boussiron, Steve Bradley, Pascal Broccolichi, Nicolas-Jaufre Bullot,
Warren Burt, Rosalie Calabrese, Rhys Chatham,Jeff Chippewa, Henri Chopin,
Michel Cloup, Philip Corner, Pierre Couprie, Courtis, Andy Cowton, Kurt
Dahlke, Lance Dann, D'Arcy Philip Gray, Sophie Decoret, Paul Demarinis,
Ernesto Diaz Infante, Dickyoucantrust, Kristie Drew, Chantal Dumas, Jean
Dupuy, Dust Breeders, Karlheinz Essl, David Fenech, Evelyn Ficarra, Rajmil
Fischman, Mike Frengel, Bernhard Fruehwirth, William Furlong, Rainer
Ganahl, Diego Garro, Marcus Geiger, Thomas Gerwin, Bob Gluck, Fred Gobin,
The Golden Gate Fils de Pute, G.R.A.M., Gilles Grand, Alex Grillo, Bruno
Guiganti, Martin Guttman, Claudia Hart, Hanna Hartman, Andrew Hauschild,
Christophe Havel, Nigel Helyer, Axel Huber, Sung Ho Hwang, Joseph Hyde,
Jalouxdemonsucces, Philip Jeck, Thorsten Jordan, Pierre Joseph, Jerome Joy,
Luc Kerleo, Martin Kippenberger, KlangKrieg, Imi Knoebel,
Koch-Schuetz-Studer, Thomas Koener, Jan Kopp, Charles Kriel, Peter
Kristiansen, Christina Kubisch, Petri Kuljuntausta, Eric La Casa, Diane
Landry, Heimo Lattner, Richard Lerman, Philippe Legoff, Thomas Lehn, Claude
Leveque, John Lever, Ludovic Lignon, Henry Lowengard, Marco Lulic, Erik M.,
Kenny Mac Alpine, Danny Mac Carthy, Andrew McKenzie / The Hafler Trio,
Arnaud Maguet, Eric Maillet, Don Malone, Jose Augusto Mannis, Maxime
Matray, Kaffe Matthews, Martin Meilleur, David Michaud, Micromega, Christof
Migone, Joachim Montessuis, Michael Morley, Antoine Moreau, Gianni Motti,
David Moufang - Move D, Florian Mutschler, Helene Myara, Maurizio Nannucci,
Yuko Nexus6 Kitamura, Jerome Noetinger, Ed Osborn, John Oswald, Frank
Edward Pahl, Jean-Louis Paquelin, Para-Noise Terminal, Gianantonio Patella,
Stacy Pershall, Christophe Petchanaz, Dominique Petitgand, Emanuel dm
Pimenta, Jean-Louis Poliart, Andrea Polli / Doorika, RadioActivists, Lee
Ranaldo, Maja S. Kjelstrup Ratkje, John Richey, Jocelyn Robert, Jean
Routhier, Jean-Philippe Roux, Sabdam, Philip Samartzis, Sam Samore, Claude
Schryer, Segovia/Vialard/Guiganti/Myara, Jarmo Sermila, Gemma Shedden,
Peter Sinclair / GH Hovagymian, Franck Slama, Isabelle Sordage, Ghislave
Sosnowski, Stephane Steiner, Axel Stockburger, Pete Stollery, Allen
Strange, Takahiko Suzuki, Taro Suzuki, Gauthier Tassart, Asmus Tietchens,
Pascale Tiraboschi, Kasper Toeplitz, Mark Trayle, Trio Erratum, Hans
Tutschku, Francoise Valery, Annette Vande Gorne, Jean-Luc Verna, Yann Vero,
Christian Vialard, John Voigt, Hans Weigand, Gregory Whitehead, Richard
Windeyer, Komminos Zervos, Heimo Zobernig

Translations with Systran: http://babelfish.altavista.digital.com

_____j_e_r_o_m_e__j_o_y_____
http://www.imaginet.fr/manca/joy
http://www.cnap-villa-arson.fr/audiolab
http://altern.org/audiolab
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/KIDS/collage.html
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/IS/RADIO/RA/is-21_7a.ram
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/RA/jukebox.ram

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Date:    Thu, 3 Dec 1998 00:22:52 +0100
From:    jerome joy 
Subject: (FRANCAIS) COLLAGE JUKEBOX version 2.0

 COLLAGE JUKEBOX  2.0   http://www.imaginet.fr/manca/joy/collage

Co-production ASSOCIATION ICI / BREGENZER KUNSTVEREIN / MUSEE D'ART
CONTEMPORAIN DE LYON

---------NOUVELLE REALISATION / NEW REALIZATION :
---------Musee d'art contemporain de Lyon France
---------11/02/1999  -> 11/04/1999
APPELS A CONTRIBUTION / CALL FOR WORKS
DEADLINE : 8/12/1998

------------------ PROCHAINE REALISATION / NEXT REALIZATION :
------------------ Bar Wagram Nice
APPELS A CONTRIBUTION / CALL FOR WORKS
DEADLINE: 30/01/1999

Venez rejoindre les quelques 170 artistes qui participent deja au projet.
Envoyez vos contributions des maintenant.
Come to join the few 170 artists who take part already in the project. Send
your contributions now.

---> Jerome Joy, BP 74, 06372 MOUANS SARTOUX Cedex, FRANCE.
---> email: jj@cnap-villa-arson.fr
---> fax: 00 33 4 92 92 26 35

////// INVITATION //////
Vous etes invites a participer au Collage JukeBox, un projet de Jerome Joy.
Voici l'annonce du nouveau projet international Collage JukeBox. Vous etes
cordialement invite a participer a ce projet cooperatif d'une edition
internationale sous une forme inedite: un juke-box. Ce projet propose de
nouvelles investigations dans le domaine du son, en musique, en arts
plastiques et dans d'autres disciplines. C'est un projet sur le "son fixe"
ou le "son enregistre". La proposition initiale de Collage a ete il y a
deux ans de pouvoir ecouter de nouvelles investigations sonores et
musicales en sachant que la plupart de celles-ci n'etaient pas diffusees
dans les reseaux traditionnels, et de trouver des formes de presentation
qui sortent des chemins battus et qui permettent de faire cotoyer des
recherches sonores en arts plastiques et musicales. Comment le son investit
aujourd'hui les langages contemporains? et quelle activite artistique et
musicale possible aujourd'hui?

///// DESCRIPTION /////
Le nouveau projet Collage JukeBox, apres le projet de l'annee derniere
CollageTV et la premiere version du JukeBox a l'ete dernier, utilise le
dispositif d'un veritable JukeBox pour devenir mobile et permanent.
L'edition est constituee de banques de CDaudio evolutives au fur et a
mesure des contributions, et est representative de nouvelles investigations
sonores en art et en musique. Il ne s'agit pas d'une collection realisee
par collectage, mais d'un projet ou nous demandons a chaque artiste de
volontairement participer et d'envoyer ce qu'il desire. Vous pouvez envoyer
a l'adresse ci-dessus vos contributions sonores et/ou musicales (oeuvres,
extraits, documents, etc.) sur DAT, CD ou audio-cassette, a raison d'un
maximum de trois oeuvres de 10 minutes chacune maximum. Ces contributions
sont ensuite gravees sur CD, inserees dans le JukeBox et accessibles comme
des tracks a partir du tableau de bord du Juke. Les oeuvres specifiques
pour ce projet de JukeBox sont bien sur les bienvenues et surtout
souhaitees. Les artistes participants gardent le droit moral et le
copyright sur les oeuvres envoyees. Le JukeBox est gratuit et non-payant.
L'utilisateur choisit une ou des selections sur le tableau de bord du
JukeBox selon les noms des artistes et les titres affiches, comme sur un
jukebox traditionnel.  Tous les artistes selectionnes sont nommes a chaque
presentation du projet (publications, catalogues, etc.). Vous pouvez
inviter deux ou trois autres artistes dans le cadre du projet JukeBox.
Le generique Collage ne veut pas indiquer une selection et une reference
esthetique selon ce genre, mais ce choix s'est voulu revelateur de la
juxtaposition de demarches et pratiques variees autour de l'enregistrement
audio.
Le projet Collage JukeBox est aujourd'hui permanent et evolutif, vous
pouvez envoyer vos contributions quand vous voulez. Chaque presentation du
projet est une etape de celui-ci, et contient l'ensemble des participations
a la date arretee pour une presentation.
Soyez inventifs vis a vis du dispositif!

///// COLLAGE /////
Manifestations anterieures:
- 1996 "Collage Musiques d'Appartement", dispositif hi-fi non-stop dans un
appartement ouvert au public.
- 1996 "Collage Musiques de Plein Air", dispositif de sonorisation non-stop
dans un lieu public.
- 1997 "Collage TV", programme de 38 emissions televisees de 15 minutes,
ecran blanc + son.
- 1997 "Collage Auditorium", site web automatique.
- depuis 1998 "Collage JukeBox", jukebox. (version 1.0, Bregenz Autriche,
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/KIDS/collage.html
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/IS/RADIO/RA/is-21_7a.ram
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/RA/jukebox.ram

///// COLLAGE JUKEBOX : MUSEE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DE LYON FRANCE/////
11/02/1999  -> 11/04/1999
!!!!!!!! DEADLINE : 8/12/1998
Collage JukeBox sera presente dans le cadre de la manifestation "Musiques
en scenes" avec d'autres projets de Janet Cardiff, Ian Car Harris, Philip
Corner, Paul Demarinis, Raymond Gervais, John Giorno, Joe Jones, Collage
JukeBox un projet de Jerome Joy, Alvin Lucier, Christian Marclay, La Monte
Young, Charlotte Moorman, Charlemagne Palestine, Peter Sinclair & GH
Hovagimyan, Michael Snow, Wolfgang Staehle, Doug & Mike Starn, Stephen
Vitiello et Bill Vorn.
Je suis desole pour le tres court delai pour la reception des nouvelles
contributions et le montage du projet, mais j'ai ete averti moi-meme tres
tard. Tous les artistes seront cites dans le catalogue. Le JukeBox sera
presente dans un espace convivial specialement amenage a cet effet (avec un
bar), et non dispose dans les espaces d'expositions.

///// COLLAGE JUKEBOX : BAR LE WAGRAM NICE FRANCE/////
Mars 1999
!!!!!!!! DEADLINE : 30/01/1999
Collage JukeBox sera presente dans un bar traditionnel sur le Port de Nice.

///// PARTICIPANTS /////
Le nombre de participants ne cessent de croitre depuis deux ans, creant
veritablement un espace experimental dans lequel se rejoignent autant les
artistes en art contemporain, que des compositeurs, des musiciens, etc.
Depuis Collage JukeBox Version 1.0, sont presentees dans le JukeBox des
oeuvres de:
Since the Collage JukeBox Version 1.0, you can find into the JukeBox pieces
of these following artists:

Annie Abrahams, Anna Adahl, Guenther Albrecht, Dominique Angel,
Pierre-Andre Arcand, Eric Arlix, Scot Art, Kenneth Atchley, Christophe
Ballange, Christian Banasik, Robert Barry, Frederic Beaumes, Vicki Bennett,
John Bischoff, Olivia Block, Blood on the Honky Tonk Floor, Lynn Book,
Xavier Boussiron, Steve Bradley, Pascal Broccolichi, Nicolas-Jaufre Bullot,
Warren Burt, Rosalie Calabrese, Rhys Chatham,Jeff Chippewa, Henri Chopin,
Michel Cloup, Philip Corner, Pierre Couprie, Courtis, Andy Cowton, Kurt
Dahlke, Lance Dann, D'Arcy Philip Gray, Sophie Decoret, Paul Demarinis,
Ernesto Diaz Infante, Dickyoucantrust, Kristie Drew, Chantal Dumas, Jean
Dupuy, Dust Breeders, Karlheinz Essl, David Fenech, Evelyn Ficarra, Rajmil
Fischman, Mike Frengel, Bernhard Fruehwirth, William Furlong, Rainer
Ganahl, Diego Garro, Marcus Geiger, Thomas Gerwin, Bob Gluck, Fred Gobin,
The Golden Gate Fils de Pute, G.R.A.M., Gilles Grand, Alex Grillo, Bruno
Guiganti, Martin Guttman, Claudia Hart, Hanna Hartman, Andrew Hauschild,
Christophe Havel, Nigel Helyer, Axel Huber, Sung Ho Hwang, Joseph Hyde,
Jalouxdemonsucces, Philip Jeck, Thorsten Jordan, Pierre Joseph, Jerome Joy,
Luc Kerleo, Martin Kippenberger, KlangKrieg, Imi Knoebel,
Koch-Schuetz-Studer, Thomas Koener, Jan Kopp, Charles Kriel, Peter
Kristiansen, Christina Kubisch, Petri Kuljuntausta, Eric La Casa, Diane
Landry, Heimo Lattner, Richard Lerman, Philippe Legoff, Thomas Lehn, Claude
Leveque, John Lever, Ludovic Lignon, Henry Lowengard, Marco Lulic, Erik M.,
Kenny Mac Alpine, Danny Mac Carthy, Andrew McKenzie / The Hafler Trio,
Arnaud Maguet, Eric Maillet, Don Malone, Jose Augusto Mannis, Maxime
Matray, Kaffe Matthews, Martin Meilleur, David Michaud, Micromega, Christof
Migone, Joachim Montessuis, Michael Morley, Antoine Moreau, Gianni Motti,
David Moufang - Move D, Florian Mutschler, Helene Myara, Maurizio Nannucci,
Yuko Nexus6 Kitamura, Jerome Noetinger, Ed Osborn, John Oswald, Frank
Edward Pahl, Jean-Louis Paquelin, Para-Noise Terminal, Gianantonio Patella,
Stacy Pershall, Christophe Petchanaz, Dominique Petitgand, Emanuel dm
Pimenta, Jean-Louis Poliart, Andrea Polli / Doorika, RadioActivists, Lee
Ranaldo, Maja S. Kjelstrup Ratkje, John Richey, Jocelyn Robert, Jean
Routhier, Jean-Philippe Roux, Sabdam, Philip Samartzis, Sam Samore, Claude
Schryer, Segovia/Vialard/Guiganti/Myara, Jarmo Sermila, Gemma Shedden,
Peter Sinclair / GH Hovagymian, Franck Slama, Isabelle Sordage, Ghislave
Sosnowski, Stephane Steiner, Axel Stockburger, Pete Stollery, Allen
Strange, Takahiko Suzuki, Taro Suzuki, Gauthier Tassart, Asmus Tietchens,
Pascale Tiraboschi, Kasper Toeplitz, Mark Trayle, Trio Erratum, Hans
Tutschku, Francoise Valery, Annette Vande Gorne, Jean-Luc Verna, Yann Vero,
Christian Vialard, John Voigt, Hans Weigand, Gregory Whitehead, Richard
Windeyer, Komminos Zervos, Heimo Zobernig

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http://www.imaginet.fr/manca/joy
http://www.cnap-villa-arson.fr/audiolab
http://altern.org/audiolab
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/KIDS/collage.html
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/IS/RADIO/RA/is-21_7a.ram
http://thing.at/orfkunstradio/BREGENZ/RA/jukebox.ram

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Date:    Tue, 1 Dec 1998 20:08:29 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 

aks!dentl objekt!on re!n4s!ng esent!al objekt!onz
- 1 revolut!onar! veLt d!v!dd !n2 zegmentz
wh!ch 2 b serta!n azp!re 2 b 2gedzer.
- 1 opas!t! + 1 rez!stansz.
akt!v krakx + 1 unevn karaktr

ftp://quixot.rug.ac.be/MP%26G_11H.dbh%21/TestCase

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