(1939 - ) Composer, inventor, and teacher. Professor of Music at Dartmouth College, and director of Dartmouth's graduate program in electro-acoustic music. Appleton is best known for his invention of the Synclavier, one of the earliest digital synthesizers. He's a close friend of Charles Dodge and a walking history of everything cool that has happened in electronic music during the last 50 years.

Partial Discography:

A Few Thoughts for the Day, 1969
Human Music, 1970
The World Music Theatre of Jon Appleton, 1976
The Dartmouth Digital Synthesizer, 1977
Jon Appleton: Music for Synclavier and Other Digital Systems, 1979
Two Melodramas for Synclavier, 1982
Four Fantasies for Synclavier, 1928

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