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Max Alper is a vocalist, composer, improviser, and technlogist from Brooklyn by way of Boston. His compostions and improvisations have been performed on several bills in NYC and beyond, including The Stone, the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival at Galapagos, the International Electroacoustic Music Festival at Brooklyn College, the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, the Horslurfestival in Solefftea, Sweden, the PNEM Festival in Uden, Netherlands, as well as several DIY and house venues within the Brooklyn experimental and new music scene. He currently studies privately with Morton Subotnick and Arturo O'Farrill, and works as studio assistant to George Brunner at the Brooklyn College Center for Computer Music. With Sam Hillmer, bandleader and founder of Zs and Diamond Terrifier, Max helped produce Practice!, a free weekly concert series held at Zebulon (RIP) and Public Assembly (RIP) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, showcasing new artists in the fields of experimental and outsider music and performance. He lives with in Flatbush, Brooklyn with hit cat, Jojo. He runs sound at avant new music space Trans Pecos in Ridgewood, Queens, and teaches music technology to folks young and old in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan.

maxalpermusic Max Alper, Brooklyn, United States

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    Improvisation for Electronics and Voice feat. M... at 1.50
    on January 18, 2014 01:04

    dis that set we did forever ago?

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    06 A Milli Edot at 0.04
    on October 15, 2013 04:16

    THANK YOU FOR BRINGIN DIS BACK

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    Book at 0.06
    on October 09, 2013 02:32

    on POINT dude

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    Totem (for original choreography by Artis Smith) at 7.54
    on June 04, 2013 21:19

    @thisisLO: thank you very much. would love for you to repost it if you can, will do the same for my favorite of your pieces!

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    Aeromechanical Imitations (performed by Brookly... at 4.17
    on June 04, 2013 20:21
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    Diamond Terrifier - How To Wrap a Crown at 0.01
    on May 16, 2013 18:48

    gimme dat production credit holmes

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    Ph Phoutro at 0.35
    on April 10, 2013 21:53

    i only spin you dude

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    Ph Phoutro at 0.24
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    Ph Phoutro at 0.18
    on April 10, 2013 21:52

    OMG THIS TOO

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    Black Hand at 0.13
    on April 10, 2013 21:51

    HARPSICHORD MADNESSSSS

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    Black Hand at 0.46
    on April 10, 2013 21:51
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    No. 2- Cracked Looking Glass (for violin & 'cello) at 0.50
    on March 28, 2013 19:55

    came out great!

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    Locustra at 0.08
    on March 17, 2013 18:30

    BAHBAHAHBAAAAAO YES

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    Mind Mirror at 3.06
    on March 13, 2013 14:40
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    Flatbush Lonesome 1 (sustaining processes of Sa... at 1.21
    on February 26, 2013 15:21

    @nick g∆rcia: this is all in logic actually. thanks for the kind words

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    Aeromechanical Imitations (performed by Brookly... at 6.14
    on January 27, 2013 17:34

    @Heidi Harris: thanks for the kind words!

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    Sing Me to Sleep at 3.13
    on January 25, 2013 15:43

    killin it willy

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    Macrocanon II at 0.32
    on October 05, 2012 05:00

    what you make this in?

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