Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan. Contents The Sony Tape Recorder and Early Tape Music Establishment of the NHK Studio. Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan.
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The Nippon Hösö Kyökai (NHK) electronic music studio was founded by composers Moroi and Mayuzumi and a coalition of NHK radio producers and engineers in 1954. The studio design and equipment was modeled after the WDR studio in Cologne.
The first wave of Japanese electronic music was largely based on serial composition techniques first tried by German composers including Stockhausen.