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SCOT GRESHAM-LANCASTER (born 1954) has been active in electronic and computer music for the last 21 years as a composer, performer, and instrument designer. He has toured and recorded as a soloist and with the electro-acoustical ensemble Room, Alvin Curran, ROVA saxophone quartet, and The Club Foot Orchestra. The Raskin/ Gresham-Lancaster Duo Project involves the interaction of live performance with interactive computer software programs to create atmospheres of immediacy previously unattainable. He is working on the sonification of digital elevation models in the piece Terrain Broadcast with Bill Thibault. He is technical advisor for David Cope on the Plieades Project, an attempt to build and do research in SETI using a 140 meter Galilaen feed radio telescope, that would also be a large scale musical instrument. He is currently a lecturer in Computer Music at California State University, Hayward.

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