TECHNOLOGICAL AND ARTISTIC ORIENTATIONS OF THE ELECTRONIC STUDIO OF RADIO BELGRADE Cover Image

ТЕХНОЛОШКЕ И УМЕТНИЧКЕ ОРИЈЕНТАЦИЈЕ ЕЛЕКТРОНСКОГ СТУДИЈА РАДИО БЕОГРАДА
TECHNOLOGICAL AND ARTISTIC ORIENTATIONS OF THE ELECTRONIC STUDIO OF RADIO BELGRADE

Author(s): Vladan Radovanović
Subject(s): History, Education, Fine Arts / Performing Arts, Music
Published by: Izdavačko preduzeće CLIO
Keywords: electroacoustic music; analogue; digital; determinism; indeterminism; object; mental; electronic immanence; multimedia art (Polymedia Art); postmodernism

Summary/Abstract: I planned the establishment of the Electronic Studio of Radio Belgrade back in 1966, while I was working at the Experimental Studio in Warsaw. The proposal for the establishment of the Studio was accepted only by Aleksandar Acković, the head of the Third Program. For financial reasons, a computer studio was not established, but rather an analogue one with voltage control. Its main task was to realize a part of independent electroacoustic music. In order to master the process of composing, composers were trained for independent work or collaborated with Studio staff. In the range between the objective and the mental, both determinism and indeterminism were chosen. Media orientations ranged from electronic immanence to simulation of vocal-instrumental music using electronics. Electronic music components for multimedia works were also realized in the Studio. The stylistic orientation encompassed both modernism and postmodernism. After the war in the 1990s, Studio activities were completely reduced and this situation remained until its reactivation in 2015.

  • Issue Year: 26/2020
  • Issue No: 49
  • Page Range: 2-13
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Serbian