Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson, Jonathan Arnowitz
Michel Waisvisz finished high school, ran away from home, and pursued a passion for freedom and expression through his explorations with circuitry and sound in live performance. Michel is an inspiring, warm, sincere, and funny man who has dedicated more than 30 years to live electronic performance. Self-taught by reading everything he could and relentlessly experimenting, Michel Waisvisz has earned a worldwide reputation pursuing his own personal visions of sonic experience. Since 1967, Michel has continuously developed electric and electronic instruments including the Cracklebox, likely the first commercially available portable, self-powered, alternative analog audio synthesizer with an internal loudspeaker.…
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