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  • : Quincy News, Weather, Sports, and RadioPhony US marshal pleads guilty in San Diego Nicaragua, Costa Rica fail to reach river accord. 3 Iowa justices ousted, rulings likely. — “Phony US marshal pleads guilty in San Diego - ”,
  • It was organised jointly by the Autism Society of India (Dr Veronica Mathias), the Spastics Society of Karnataka (Dr Nalini Menon), and Radiophony, with sponsorship and volunteer help from IBM. The participants included about 17 children of. — “India Together: Tech to the aid of autistic children - 6 June”,
  • This Website is Under Construction. Come Back Soon. — “Under Construction”,
  • Radiophony," described as "a tribute to the pioneering work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop," uses (or at Radiophony," described as "a tribute to the pioneering work of the BBC Radiophonic. — “The Not Overtly Orchestral : Target”,
  • Announcing what they call the Hawkings Project'—after the world-renowned but wheelchair-bound astro-physicist—on the Net recently, the team believe that this new speech synthesiser has the potential to serve people "challenged by current computer interfaces. — “A brief history of eLocuter - India Computes - Express”,
  • Meaning of Radiophony: The art or practice of using the radiophone. — “Definition: Radiophony (Meaning of Radiophony)”,
  • radiophony: Speech synthesizer: Stephen Hawking; pub. — “radiophony : Speech synthesizer: Stephen Hawking; pub”,
  • [email protected] Proponents of Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D), roaming the corridors of power restlessly, find reasoned arguments for the support of the rapid dissemination of broadband connectivity in India which seem to bounce endlessly off the walls. — “Article 3: November 2007”, iimahd.ernet.in
  • Radiophony definition, a radiotelephone. See more. — “Radiophony | Define Radiophony at ”,
  • Home - Quote Topics - Quotes of the Day - Quote Keywords - Author Types. Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. Definition of Radiophony. Radiophony. The art or practice of using the radiophone. Related Definitions: Art, Of, Or, Practice, Radiophone, The, Using. — “Definition of Radiophony”,
  • Net Radiophony India Pvt. Ltd. and the Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty teamed up Radiophony was been created to provide innovative and cost-effective solutions to. — “Audio Broadcast Centre - Oravakal, India | The Communication”,
  • Ra·di·oph·o·ny n. (rā`d ĭ * ō̍ * ŏ f' ō̍ *n y̆ ) (Physics) The art radiophony. Dictionary: Ra·di·oph·o·ny. Home > Library > Literature & Language > Webster 1913. n. (rā`dĭ*ō̍*ŏf"ō̍*ny̆) (Physics) The art or practice of using the radiophone. — “radiophony: Information from ”,
  • radiophony. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search This page was last modified on 30 December 2006, at 17:20. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License; additional terms may apply. See. — “radiophony - Wiktionary”,
  • radiophony. Dictionary terms for radiophony, definition for radiophony, Thesaurus and Translations of radiophony to English, Italian, Turkish, Urdu. — “radiophony in - dictionary and translation”,
  • This book, which originally appeared as a special issue of TDR/The Drama Review, explores the myriad aesthetic, cultural, and experimental possibilities of radiophony and sound art. Topics include the formal properties of radiophony, the disembodiment of the radiophonic voice, aesthetic. — “Experimental Sound and Radio by Allen S. Weiss - Reviews”,
  • Psychological engineering and Radiophony. Constructions of Subjectivity in Artificial Realities 1918-1932 In this book, psycho-technique and radiophony are ***ysed a procedures that undermine. — “Dominik Schrage”,
  • This book, which originally appeared as a special issue of "TDR/The Drama Review, explores the myriad aesthetic, cultural, and experimental possibilities of radiophony and sound art. Topics include the formal properties of radiophony, the disembodiment of the radiophonic voice, aesthetic. — “Experimental Sound and Radio | Books | Allen S. Weiss (Ed”,
  • Definition of radiophony in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of radiophony. Pronunciation of radiophony. Translations of radiophony. radiophony synonyms, radiophony antonyms. Information about radiophony in the free online English dictionary and. — “radiophony - definition of radiophony by the Free Online”,
  • radiophony definition from the mondofacto online medical dictionary. — “radiophony - Definition”,
  • Radiophony. I often listen to the radio in the car while I'm driving and sometimes it's entertaining and sometimes I even shout things back but I've never been coordinated enough to actually phone in. This is something which is right up there on my top five angsts for Autumn 2006, that. — “I do all my own stunts”,
  • radiophony radiophosphorus radiopill "radiophony radiophosphorus radiopill" found [1] radiophony radiophosphorus "radiophone radiophony radiophosphorus". — “radiopill”, w9
  • Chief Technical Officer,Net Radiophony India Private Limited Radiophony is a company that has two partners – Vickram Crishna who is the CEO and based in Mumbai and, me, based in Delhi. — “exchange4media >> Radio Speak >> Arun Mehta”, exchange4
  • Definition of radio from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of radio. Pronunciation of radio. Definition of the word radio. Origin of the word radio phototelegraphic, adj. radiophony. radiotelephony. — radiophonic, adj. radiotechnology. the science and technology of radio engineering. — “radio - Definition of radio at ”,

Videos

  • Short Circuit: BBC Radiophonic Workshop The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, possibly for the first and very last time, play live at Camden's Roundhouse as part of the Short Circuit Festival. Performers included Dick Mills, Peter Howell, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and Mark Ayres.
  • Music Arcade - Radiophonic Workshop 2 Kids music show with a bit on Radiophonic Workshop and the creation of the Dr. Who theme. This part of the programme is just your standard 80s schools programme about music. The Radiophonic Workshop Part is covered in parts 3 & 4.
  • BBC Video Ident - Radiophonic - HQ Intro version of the kaleidoscope/psychadelia beeb video ident.
  • Radiophonic - Desert Wind (Lovers lounge) Cafe del Mar collection
  • Five Days at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Part 2
  • BBC Video Ident - Radiophonic End Version - HQ End version. Taken from an early video of outtakes called Mistakes
  • Radiophonic Workshop - Words & Pictures - Live @ Roundhouse 17 May 2009 Original members of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop perform the theme from 70s educational programme 'Words & Pictures'. I only have the soundtrack for this performance so have illustrated it with a mix of the original programme titles and various photographs from the concert. The picture of Paddy Kingsland at the start is 'grabbed' from Failmedotnet's excellent collection of clips from this event: Thanks to Tobywoby for the sound recording.
  • Radiophonic Workshop Dr Who Mark Ayes introduces the music of Dr Who as performed by The Radiophonic Workshop at the Roundhouse on 17th May 2009.
  • RADIOPHONIC EXPLORATIONS A dedication compilation of material celebrating the pioneering spirit of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Electronic music synthesis is explored, with various ***ogue and digital techniques being employed. Material is edited from the following documentary and information sources: The Alchemists of Sound, The Masters of Sound, The Music Arcade, Radiophonic Workshop archive footage, Doctor Who titles, The New Sound of Music and Sonic State, with several more additional BBC music specials and YouTube material being used to enrich the information content. I would also like to thank Simonsound1 for the kind permission to use the Studer tape recorder splicing excerpt as an example of the kind of physical process involved in the sequencing of sounds using spliced magnetic tape. Simonsound1 also produced a radio show entitled "The Tone Generation", covering the topic of pioneering electronic music composers.
  • The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Vespucci Radiophonic Workshop
  • Radiohead high and dry cover by Belgian coverband Radiofake We (Radiofake) are a coverband from Belgium, covering pop rock bands such as Radiohead, Muse, Coldplay, U2, Franz Ferdinand, Cure, ... See /radiofake
  • Music Arcade - Radiophonic Workshop 3 Kids music show with a bit on Radiophonic Workshop and the creation of the Dr. Who theme.
  • Music Arcade - Radiophonic Workshop 4 Kids music show with a bit on Radiophonic Workshop and the creation of the Dr. Who theme.
  • STG Soundlabs Radiophonic Accessory System While unable to produce diatonic music on its own, this system provides a basic set of tools which any radiophonic composer would find useful in today's modern tape studio. filtering, gain regulation, a noise source, clock oscillator, and two contour generators (capable of manual or remote triggering) are all at your fingertips without having to walk across the studio, touch a razor blade, or repurpose surplus military equipment. available now from STG Soundlabs for only $1963 including hardwood cabinet with integrated power system. system components available seperately. from left to right: Multiples, Attenuators, Noise Buffet, Sample & Hold, Envelope Generator, Post-Lawsuit Lowpass Filter, Envelope Generator, and Voltage Controlled Amplifiers. the noise, S&H, EGs, and VCA are all based around boards by Ray Wilson (), and the Post-Lawsuit Lowpass Filter is the initial production version of the Yves Usson () ARP 4072 filter. all modules are electrically compatible with systems and physically compatible with or Moog systems. details soon at .
  • The Alchemists of Sound (Part 1) 2003 documentary about the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Dr Who Theme Live @ Roundhouse 17 May 2009 Peter Howell, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb and Mark Ayres, original members of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop, perform Howell's 1980 arrangement of the Dr Who theme tune partially live, followed immediately by an all-new, completely live version. Dick Mills, who assisted Delia Derbyshire with the original version, sits stage right. This is stuartboston's clip with improved sound quality.
  • Greenwich Chorus - Peter Howell (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) Live @ The Roundhouse Peter Howell, performing the Greenwich Chorus, live at The Roundhouse in London alongside Mark Ayres, Roger Limb, Paddy Kingsland and Dick Mills of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. May 17th 2009
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  • BBC Radiophonic Workshop Dick Mills Camden Roundhouse London May17th 2009 short clip 7 To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BBC RPWS a few of the old inmates now on day release, have put together a programme of music.
  • Radiophonic Workshop - Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO - Live @ Roundhouse 17 May 2009 Montage of images to accompany a live recording of original members of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop performing an excellent version of a spooky Delia Derbyshire composition, originally created for Out Of The Unknown: The Prophet. This is one of many episodes wiped by the BBC, but telesnaps made at the time thankfully still survive (and in higher resolution than I've been able to show here). The brief bit of live footage comes from Failmedotnet's excellent selection of clips from this concert. See the rest at Thanks to tobywoby for capturing the sound.
  • Radiophonic Music Video: Tros Y Gareg This is my music video project for my Film Literature and Recording Arts class. The song was recorded in the 1960s by John Baker of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop using modified natural and electronic sounds. For more information about this futuristic, yet retro kind of music, search for "The Alchemists of Sound." This kind of music is most widely known for the original Doctor Who theme song by Delia Derbyshire and Ron Grainer. The style of video editing was inspired by famous YouTuber MysteryGuitarMan. My teacher is requiring me to post my video online to see that I know how to export and properly compress video for online viewing. ####Buy this song on CD!#### ########Disclaimer######## No profit was made in the making of this video. I do not own this song, but I have used it in this project for my school. If you think this infringes your copyright, just leave a comment or message me and I will take it down.
  • Mechanical Cabaret - See Her Smile (Radiophonic Mix) Full length song from the Elektrisch! 3 album (as you can see by the cover). I hope you guys enjoy it. I do not in any way represent the artist. Please support your favorite artists by buying their stuff!
  • Pet Shop Boys - Radiophonic - Nightlife - 2009pet
  • Five Days at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Part 1
  • AXIS Radiophonic Video for AXIS song "Radiophonic" Baltic New Music Chart 2006 winner
  • Redcell (B12) - Radiophonic Workshop Redcell (B12) - Radiophonic Workshop Label:Warp Records Catalog#:WARP CD37 Format:CD, Album Country:UK Released:26 Feb 1996 Genre:Electronic Style:Techno, IDM Credits:Artwork By [The Future Is Made In] - Designers Republic, The Artwork By [Visualised By] - Trevor Webb Mixed By, Written-By - Mike Golding* , Steve Rutter Notes:Booklet contains a transcript of the TimeTouristEdutainmentSupplement from the 'periodical' B12Technology Times. ℗ & © 1996 Warp Records. All rights reserved. No copying. Barcode: 5 021603 037120 Catalogue number on CD: WARPCD37 Made In England
  • BBC Radiophonic Workshop perform Dr Who BBC Radiophonic Workshop perform Dr Who live at the Roundhouse, London - 17 May 2009
  • Delia Derbyshire of the Radiophonic Workshop BBC Delia Ann Derbyshire (5 May 1937 3 July 2001) was an English musician and composer of electronic music and musique concrète. She is best known for her electronic realisation of Ron Grainer's theme music to the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and for her work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Some of her most acclaimed work was done in the 1960s in collaboration with the British artist and playwright Barry Bermange for the BBC's Third Programme, which was later renamed BBC Radio 3. Besides the Doctor Who theme, Derbyshire also composed and produced scores, incidental pieces and themes for nearly 200 BBC Radio and BBC TV programmes.
  • Doctor Who - Clean Jon Pertwee Opening (1970) Clean Doctor Who opening titles, used for the majority of Jon Pertwee's era, beginning in 1970 Title design by Bernard Lodge Theme version by Delia Derbyshire
  • Soft Machine - Eamonn Andrews {BBC Radiophonic Workshop 1971} Rare Recorded with Ratledge processed through a VCS3 synth and Dean through echo and ring modulator.
  • Doctor Who theme tune - Full length version The full length version of the Doctor Who theme tune.
  • pet shop boys / radiophonic Homage to Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonic workshop with a track from PSB's 1999 album Nightlife. Doctor_Who and Alchemy_of_Soundfootage thanks to_BBC.
  • Music Arcade - Radiophonic Workshop 1 Kids music show with a bit on Radiophonic Workshop and the creation of the Dr. Who theme.
  • Five Days at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Part 3
  • Radiophonic Pow Wow Radiophonic Pow Wow is an original electronic composition with a more whimsical structure, and with all sounds, rhythms and effects created entirely on the Alesis Andromeda ***ogue synthesizer. The Alesis Andromeda is a remarkable synthesizer, with 16-note polyphony, twin real ***ogue oscillators per voice, twin filters, ***ogue effects, digital effects, chord memory, arpeggiator and step sequencer. The modulation possibilities are immense, and many complex timbre and sequence options can be adjusted in real time. Using a simple sequence created by the Alesis Andromeda, a bassline rhythm was created using sequences and synch-locked oscillators to form a metronomic pattern. Added to this was another sequence using exponential frequency-modulated oscillators made up of sine, triangle and sawtooth waveforms organised in a wildly-divergent 8-step sequence with almost random predictability. An FM-synched stabbing timbre (with FM proportional to the Aftertouch level) in chord mode added a "mouth organ" like reinforcement to the atonal FM sequences. Various sampled Andromeda sequences cut and looped provided the wavering ascending arpeggios. Some sequences were fed through metallic-resonating reverb effects; others were pitch-modulated in a non-linear manner to create strange variety. Towards the conclusion of the work, a resonating chordal organ track plays with what appears to be resonating noise pulsating in and out. Other high-frequency ringings are the combinational ...
  • Dr. Who Theme from the BBC TV Series Realised by Delia Derbyshire & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop Theme from the BBC TV Series Realised by Delia Derbyshire & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - this was issued as a 7" single in 1973
  • The Loop Orchestra - Radiophony
  • 'Dr Who' Theme - BBC Radiophonic Workshop, The 60s electronica single.
  • 50 Years of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop BBC Breakfast interview Dick Mills and Mark Ayres on the 50th Anniversary of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
  • Radiophonic Workshop John Baker New Worlds The Radiophonic Workshop performing John Baker's New Worlds at the Roundhouse, May 17th 2009.
  • BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Greenwich Chorus - Body in Question Except from a documentary on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Pet Shop Boys-Radiophonic. Just dance with Radiophonic.......