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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2007) Mark Trayle at Sea and Space Gallery : photo Lara Bank Background information Birth name Mark Garrabrant Born 1955 Origin San Jose, California Genres Electronic, Installations, Improvisation Labels Nonesuch, Artifact, Atavistic Records, Ninewinds, Tzadik Records Associated acts The Hub, Calarts Website http://music.calarts.edu/~met/ Mark Trayle is a California based musician and sound artist working in a variety of media including live electronic music, improvisation, installations, and compositions for chamber ensembles. His work has been noted for its use of re-engineered consumer products and cultural artifacts as interfaces for electronic music performances and networked media installations. Contents 1 Biography 2 Performance 3 Discography 4 External links Biography Born Mark Garrabrant (1955, San Jose, California, he studied composition at the University of Oregon with Homer Keller, and at Mills College with Robert Ashley, David Behrman, and David Rosenboom. Under Berhman’s tutelage he began building hybrid digital-analog electronics and used those (often with electric guitar and homemade performance interfaces) throughout the 1980s. From the late 1980s through the mid 1990s his work focused on the use of alternative performance interfaces to guide algorithmic compositions, as well as composing for and performing with The Hub. He also made his first sound/media installations during this period. In 1996 he moved from the San Francisco area to Southern California to teach at CalArts. Soon after he composed a number of pieces for acoustic instruments with electronics. True North, Periodic Transmissions at Regular Intervals (are not allowed), and Propagation, Reflection, and Absorption are entirely acoustic in nature but use electronics and sensors to create real-time scores for the performers. More recent works such as bitpool , sierranevada, , and Bender use electronics that allow the players to trigger electroacoustic sounds. Trayle's music has been the subject of articles in Strumenti Musicali and Virtual (Italy), Keyboard, and "Escape Velocity: Cyberculture at the End of the Century" (Grove/Atlantic), and he has written articles for Leonardo Music Journal (US/UK) and MusikTexte (Germany). He has recorded for the Artifact, Atavistic Records, CRI, Creative Sources, Inial, Los Angeles River, Elektra/Nonesuch, and Tzadik labels. He has taught in the Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts since 1996 Performance Trayle has performed and exhibited at experimental music and new media venues and festivals in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. He has received grants from Arts International, American Composers Forum, The Japan Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Commissions have come from Radio Bremen, Champs D’Action, Ensemble Zwischentoene, Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin, and Ensemble Mosaik. He has been an artist-in-residence at Mills College, STEIM, and The Lab. Discography Timelines Los Angeles -Jason Kahn- Creative Sources Stationary -(duo project with Toshimaru Nakamura)- Creative Sources Goldstripe- Creative Sources Boundary Layer (The Hub) Tzadik Die Zeit, Eine Gebrauchsanweisung- (Michael Wertmueller)- GROB Luminous Axis (Wadada Leo Smith)- Tzadik RPM::MHZ -Artifact Records Music for Woodwinds & Electronics (Vinny Golia + Mark Trayle)- Ninewinds Transmigration Music (compilation)- CDCM/Centaur Light Upon Light (Wadada Leo Smith)- Tzadik The Extended Flute (Maggi Payne)- CRI State of The Union (compilation)- Atavistic Wreckin' Ball (The Hub)- Artifact Records Etudes and Bagatelles- Artifact Records Computer Network Music (The Hub)- Artifact Records Imaginary Landscapes (compilation)- Elektra/Nonesuch External links Golden, Barbara. “Conversation with Mark Trayle.” eContact! 12.2 — Interviews (2) (April 2010). Montréal: CEC. Persondata Name Trayle, Mark Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1955 Place of birth Date of death Place of death