MUSIC RECORDING DISCOGRAPHY:
John Bischoff: FIELD TRANSFER (Important Records 2013)
Two new mixes of live performance works recorded in 2011.
“Blue” Gene Tyranny: DETOURS (Unseen Worlds, 2012)
The master pianist and composer returns with a new work--I recorded and mixed the piece “Red Shoes”.
John Bischoff: AUDIO COMBINE (New World Records 2012)
Four new works by the master of live computer music.
WigBand: 4 DECADES 5 PRESIDENTS (BarbCo/Burning Books) 2013
Four of WigBand’s classic songs newly recorded for inclusion in Barbara Golden’s subversive songbook.
John Bischoff: SURFACE RANDOM (Important Records 2011)
A special edition endless-loop cassette release of a new work.
Chris Brown: ICONICITIES (3 Pieces for Percussion and Live Electronics) (New World, 2011)
With Willy Winant (percussion) and Chris Brown (piano, electronics)
I recorded and edited/mixed (with Chris Brown) “Gangsa” and “Stupas”.
Ellen Fullman: THROUGH GLASS PANES (Important Records, 2011)
Ms. Fullman, her long-string instruments in a variety of settings, and her ensemble, including cellist Teresa Wong. I recorded the piece “Event Location #2”.
The Lost Trio: MYSTERIOUS TOBOGGAN (Evander Records, 2010)
The legendary and long-lasting trio play standards and originals live in the studio.
Woody Simmons and the Mill Valley Philharmonic: ASHTAVAK (score for the documentary “CHASING THE LIGHT”, PBS 2010)
Symphony with solo banjo.
Gino Robair: I NORTON (Rastascan Records 2009)
Gino Robair finally brings his multi-year operatic project about the Gold Rush era San Francisco eccentric
Emperor Norton to fruition, in a CD-length music work that incorporates years of concert and studio recordings of
the various parts of the work. With Tom Dutt as Norton, and studio audio and musical work by Myles Boisen.
A huge percentage of the improv music community of the SF Bay Area is heard in this work, including two giant concerts
conducted by the composer. I did most of the concert recording for this CD.
The Acme House Band: VANITY (Emanem Records 2009)
Trumpeter Tom Dill, The Acme House Band and guests make subtle, evocative music at the 21 Grand performance space in Oakland CA.
Kronos Quartet: SUN RINGS (live at Stanford University, 2008)
Produced by Janet Cowperthwaite. KQ and a 40 voice choir play Terry Riley’s wonderful evening-length work.
This recording was featured on KQ’s website for about a year.
The Hub: BOUNDARY LAYER (Tzadik Records 2009)
A 3-CD set of recordings of the legendary computer-network band from the 1980’s through a new work produced in 2008.
I recorded a few of the early pieces.
Oliveros-Brown: IN THE AIR (Deep Listening, 2009)
An extended recording session with legendary electronic musician, composer, teacher and philosopher Pauline Oliveros and
veteran composer and performer Chris Brown at the Maybeck Studio in Berkeley. Multichannel electronics and instrumental
recordings will be mixed in a custom-programmed software system in an attempt to re-create their live 4-channel concert sound.
Jose Maceda: DRONE and MELODY (Tzadik Records 2007) Produced by Chris Brown and John Zorn. 3 works by the late Philippine
master. I remixed "Music for 2 Piano-4 Percussion" and recorded, edited and mixed "Sujeichon".
Fred Frith and Chris Brown: CUTTER HEADS (Intakt Records 2006)
Live recordings of piano/electronics and guitar duets by these master improvisors.
The Natto Quartet: THOUSAND OAKS (482 Records, produced by Tim Perkis and Natto Quartet.)
A CD of recordings from a concert at the Maybeck Studio in Berkeley, CA. The players, Philip Gelb (shakuhachi), Chris Brown (piano),
Shoko Hikage (koto), and Tim Perkis (computer) find a quiet and meditative mood in the inspiring Maybeck hall, in contrast to their
HEADLANDS CD (see below) Live multitrack recording and edit/mix. (2004)
Wadada Leo Smith: LUMINOUS AXIS (Tzadik Records, produced by John Zorn)
A new CD by this legendary trumpet virtuoso, accompanied by percussionist William Winant and computer synthesists Tim Perkis,
Chris Brown John Bischoff and Mark Trayle. Live multitrack recording and mix. (2002)
The Natto Quartet: HEADLANDS (482 Records, produced by Tim Perkis and Natto Quartet)
A CD of recordings from a concert at the Headlands Art Center. Dynamic, sensitively played improv music on shakuhachi (Philip Gelb),
piano (Chris Brown), koto (Shoko Hikage), and computer (Tim Perkis). Live multitrack recording and edit/mix. (2002)
Fuzzy Bunny: FUZZY BUNNY (Sonore, 2000)
Live multitrack recording of a new ensemble featuring Tim Perkis, Chris Brown and Scott G. Lancaster,
veterans of THE HUB, ROOM, and THE LEAGUE OF AUTOMATIC MUSIC COMPOSERS.
Tom Nunn and The Edgewalker Consort: PEERING OVER (Ramp Records 1997 Produced by Tom Nunn)
Live multitrack recording, edit and mix. Metal percussion and attitude.
The Hub: COMPUTER NETWORK MUSIC (Artifact Records 1989) Live recordings and mixes.
John Bischoff and Tim Perkis: ARTIFICIAL HORIZON (Artifact Records 1989) Live and studio recordings, mixes
Rotodoti: TARZAN SPEAKS (Artifact Records 1991) Live recordings
Tom Waits: BIG TIME (Island Records 1987) Production sound and concert recording for feature film soundtrack album.
San Francisco City Chorus: MOZART REQUIEM and Other Works for Chorus and Orchestra (SFCC 1980-91) Live recordings.
The Residents: THE STARS AND HANK FOREVER (Ralph Records 1985) Location music recordings.
The Residents: TUNES OF TWO CITIES (Ralph Records 1982) Location music and sfx recordings.