Laptop Performers, Compact Disc Designers, and No-Beat Techno Artists in Japan: Music from Nowhere

@article{Loubet2000LaptopPC,
  title={Laptop Performers, Compact Disc Designers, and No-Beat Techno Artists in Japan: Music from Nowhere},
  author={Emmanuelle Loubet},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={19-32}
}
19 Computer Music Journal, 24:4, pp. 19–32, Winter 2000 © 2000 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The 1990s witnessed an explosion in the number of Japanese “digital performers” coming from virtually nowhere—or, more accurately, born directly from digital technology and hardware. Most of them had no musical background. They were graphic designers, programmers, rock musicians, or simply fans of 1970s progressive rock or 1980s alternative rock—Kraftwerk, Yellow Magic Orchestra, Cabaret… Expand

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