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ARTVOICE “Inspired by Burchfield” by Jack Foran http://artvoice.com/issues/v14n30/artscene Exhibition includes reverse glass painting portrait of Harald Bode on view through September 27, 2015 https://www.burchfieldpenney.org/exhibitions/exhibition:04-10-2015-08-16-2015-emil-schult-portrait-of-a-media-artist-pioneer/


Burchfield Penney Art Center Photo – Peer Bode 2012


Harald Bode: Tone Color – Known and Unknown Sounds On View Friday, October 21, 2011–Sunday, May 27, 2012 The Project Space Harald Bode (1909-1987) was a German engineer and pioneering designer of electronic musical instruments and audio tools. The tools that he created altered the sounds that we hear every day. Through leading innovations that […]


Samstag um 23.05 , Saturday at 11:05pm German time English: On 10/08/11 at 23.05 European time it´s finally Part two of the Harald Bode story: Westdeutscher Rundfunk 3 Cologne will present “Music Is My Field- Harald Bode: The Art of Engineering and Homestudio Music” It is about traces of his work in different musical styles […]


The Harald Bode Archive’s recent project, Issue 13.4 of eContact! Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC) Canadian Electroacoustic Community eContact! 13.4 — Harald Bode [E] A panorama of the life and work of Harald Bode, the man behind what have long been household names in the electronic instrument industry: the Melodium (1938), Melochord (1947), Clavioline (1950s) and […]


Thank you Stephen Vitiello for bringing this great MATRIXSYNTH post by ‘el macaco’ to our attention! Bode exhibit at Estey Organ Museum & a Note on The First Modulars For download, here is a reprint copy of the electronics magazine article from December 1961. Harald had finished the design and was marketing the ‘Sound Synthesizer’ […]


The Estey Organ Museum presents an exhibition of 23 prints documenting Harald’s 50 years of musical instrument design,’The Estey years’ a text by Dr. Tom Rhea, facsimile design notebooks including 1949, 1972 and the Brattleboro era 1954-1960, Brattleboro photos of the Bode family and a scale-model of the Estey Electronics Lab built by Leslie Nicholas […]