Berna - simulation of a late 1950s electroacoustic music studio -
I’m not entirely sure this falls within your reader’s bounds of interest, but the software I’ve linked can be readily used for all sorts of Delia-esque sonic explorations.
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my-life-in-the-bush-of-ghosts asked: Hey. Just thought I'd let you know, that last photo isn't Delia, it's actually Elizabeth Parker who was at the Workshop a few years after Delia.
Ack, sorry - I was in a complete daze yesterday and it was tagged “Delia Derbyshire”. I had my doubts but I reblogged it anyway. I’ll leave it up but caption it saying it’s Elizabeth Parker. Thank you. :)
Under The Cherry Moon: Delia Derbyshire -
Delia Ann Derbyshire (1937-2001) is one of the true pioneers of modern day electronic music. Possibly best known as a part of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and for her groundbreaking arrangement of the Doctor Who theme music - one of the first television themes to be recorded by entirely electronic means (years before synthtesizers came out). She was waaaay ahead of her time and it’s a shame she never got the fame she deserved until recently (she wasn’t even credited for Doctor Who). She has studied mathematics and was clearly one awesome lady. She should be totally the dream girl for every tech geek in the world as you can see here.