These two pieces use Phil Burk's JSyn software synthesis and TransJam network music software. They require a one-time installation of the JSyn plugin in your browser. Clicking on the name of either piece will bring you to a page where you can quickly install these; or if they are already installed, a Java applet will automatically launch that prompts you to login to start a piece, or to join an ongoing one.

play ETERNAL MUSIC, by Chris Brown
Up to four players at a time can change the harmony and motion of 8 modulated sine-wave oscillators, producing a richly vibrating drone.

play APERTURE, by John Bischoff, invites sonic exploration and play using a palette of textured noise. By executing mouse-based motions, players can shape large and small changes in the sonic fabric.

CHRIS BROWN creates music for acoustic instruments with interactive electronics, for computer networks, and for improvising ensembles. Recordings of his music are available of Sonore, Tzadik, Centaur, and Artifact Recordings. He has received commissions from the Berkeley Symphony, the Rova Saxophone Quartet, the Abel-Steinberg-Winant Trio, and the Gerbode Foundation. He teaches electronic music at Mills College in Oakland, where he is Co-Director of the Center for Contemporary Music (CCM).

JOHN BISCHOFF is a composer who has created live electronic music for solo performer and in computer network bands since 1978. He was a founding member of two premiere network bands, The League of Automatic Music Composers and the Hub, and co-authored an article on the League's music that appears in "Foundations of Computer Music", MIT Press (1985). Recordings of his music are available on Lovely Music, Frog Peak, Centaur, and Artifact Recordings, and will appear soon on an upcoming solo release on 23five.