JERRY HUNT (1943-1993) was not known to the musical mainstream, but he had a devoted following. An accomplished pianist, he began to experiment with extended playing techniques after meeting John Cage in the 1960s. He was also knowledgeable about electrical engineering and computer programming, and he designed, built, and programmed much of his own equipment and worked as a technical consultant to the audio and video industry. He was best known for a series of solo performances that featured theatrics and live electronic music based on "interrelated electronic, mechanic and social sound-sight interactive transactional systems." His music can be heard on O. O. Discs and Video OO.


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