Horacio Vaggione is an electro-acoustic and musique concrete composer who specializes in micromontage, granular synthesis, and thus microsound and whose pieces often are for performer and computer-generated tape. He studied composition at the National University in Cordoba and the University of Illinois, where he first gained exposure and access to computers.
Vaggione lives in Europe and visited every electronic studio there during the 1970s. From 1969 to 1973 he lived in Madrid, Spain, and was part of ALEA and co-founded an electronic studio and the Projects Music and Computer at the Autonomous University in Madrid with Luis de Pablo. In 1978 he moved to France, where he still resides, and begin work at GMEB in Bourges, INA-GRM and IRCAM in Paris where his music moved from synthesized and sampled loops towards micromontage. Since 1994 he has been Professor of Music University of Paris VIII and organized the CICM [*].
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