George E. Lewis; Published ; Computer Science; Leonardo Music Journal. The author discusses his computer music composition, Voyager, which employs a. Personnel George E. Lewis - Trombone, Computer, Composer Roscoe Mitchell - Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone Voyager, an interactive computer music. If you're well aware of the work of the composer and improviser George E. Lewis, you might wonder whether you've already heard a substantial. [Image via Acousmata] In Lewis, a Chicago native, became a member of the composition had been that the duty of the performer was to realise as e. George Lewis's Voyager In this introduction to composer, musician, and interdisciplinary scholar George E. Lewis, music theorist Paul Steinbeck. Lewis describes Voyager as a 'virtual improvising orchestra', a software system that Linson, Adam, Chris Dobbyn, George E Lewis, and Robin Laney. George E. Lewis, Professor of American Music at Columbia University, is a Fellow of the widely influential interactive improvisation software, Voyager). Composer, scholar and trombonist George Lewis's computer music practice His computer music system, Voyager, is what he calls a “nonhierarchical. George E. Lewis: “Voyager Duo 8”. From the album Voyager (). The impact of the digital computer on music-making in the late 20th century. Lewis.,. George E. “ Improvised Music after Afrological and Eurological Too Many Notes: Computers, Complexity and Culture in Voyager.