|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||The Complete Tape Music Of Dick Raaijmakers||24||Audio||1998|
|3||Evolutions & Contrasts||13||Audio||1968||Limelight|
|4||Ballad 'Erlkönig' / 5 Canons||2||Audio||1981||Composers' Voice|
|6||The Complete Tape Music Of Dick Raaijmakers||24||Audio||2006||Basta|
|7||Geluid <=> Kijken: Drie Audio-Visuele Projekten||9||Audio||1971||Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam|
Dick Raaijmakers (1 September 1930 - 5 September 2013) was a Dutch composer and teacher of electronic music. After studying piano at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, he was employed by Philips in the field of electro-acoustics (1954-1960). Together with Jan Boerman he built his own studio for electronic music in The Hague (1963-66). He taught contemporary and electronic music at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague 1966-1995.
Although primarily a composer and a teacher, Raaijmakers has gradually embraced other mediums for his expression visual art, theatre, cinema and literature, in order to renew the ever moving relationship between art and technique.