Rolf Julius (1939-2011) was an influential German sound artist.
Thomas Lehn is a German-born piano and synthesizer player active in free improvisation and contemporary music.
Lehn has recorded with Marcus Schmickler, Keith Rowe, John Butcher, Phil Minton, Phil Durrant, Radu Malfatti, Axel Dörner, Cor Fuhler, Gerry Hemingway, Andy Moor of The Ex, and is a member of the electronic orchestra M.I.M.E.O..
In 1997 Lehn formed a free improvisation band Konk Pack.
YASUNAO TONE (刀根康尚) was one of the first Japanese artists active in composing "events" and improvisational music. He has been active in the Fluxus movement since 1962 and has also been an organizer and participant in many important music and performance groups such as Group Ongaku, Hi-Red Center, Team Random (the first computer art group organized in Japan). Primarily a composer, Tone has worked in many media, creating pieces for electronics, computer systems, film, radio and television, as well as environmental art.
Canadian sound artist Mark Templeton utilizes acoustic instruments, found sounds and sampled material to construct textured, collage-like electronic compositions. Since the release of his critically acclaimed
Ian Nagoski has released four solo recordings of slow electronic music:
Warm, Coursing Blood (Colorful Clouds for Acoustics, 1999)
Violets for Your Furs (Edition ..., 2002)
Effortless Battle (Recorded, 2003)
Kerflooey (Eshe, 2007)
Three of these are available for free download here. Nagoski has also contributed to recordings by Jack Rose, Magali Babin, Azusa Plane, Six Organs of Admittance, Joe McPhee, the Lum and Abner of Morocco, Tom Carter, Pelt and others.
Peter Rehberg (a.k.a. Pita) (born 29 June 1968, London) is an author and performer of electronic audio works. Rehberg has given live performances throughout Europe, North & South America, Japan and Australasia. He has collaborated with: Jim O'Rourke, Christian Fennesz, Dennis Cooper, Gisèle Vienne, Stephen O'Malley (as KTL), Tina Frank, Matmos, Tujiko Noriko, Kevin Drumm, Marcus Schmickler, MICHAELA SCHWENTNER (aka Jade), Matt "Skitz" Sanders, Russell Haswell, Florian Hecker, Carlos Giffoni, Gert-Jan Prins...
John Levack Drever's unfolding practice represents a cathexis into: human utterance; the minutiae of everyday soundscapes; residual noise; the intersection of acoustic horizon and acoustic arena; the genealogy of phonographic atmos and SFX; (un)natural histories; the gap between documentary and the field; the built environment, prevailing ambiance and pedestrian deportment; intuitions of silence and noise; overhearings, mishearings and acoustic perturbations, etc.
Luca Nasciuti is a London based composer trained in electroacoustic composition, classical music, visual and performing arts. His work spans from installation, to video and performance art, focusing on the legacy between acoustic and electroacoustic sound, and the interplay of sonic and visual practices within site-specific contexts.
France Jobin aka i8u (b. 1958) is a sound / installation / web artist residing in Montreal, Canada. i8u's audio art can be qualified as "sound-sculpture". It reveals powerful, opaque and complex sound environments where analog and digital meet. Her installation/web art can be said to follow a parallel path, incorporating both musical and visual elements. i8u has created solo recordings for ROOM40 (Australia), bake/staalplaat (Netherlands), as well as many collaborations notably with Goem, Martin T