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John Bischoff (Born: 1949) is an American composer and pioneer in live computer music who has been active in San Francisco's Bay Area experimental music scene for over 25 year. He studied composition with Robert Moran, James Tenney, and Robert Ashley, and is now a lecturer in Computer Music at the Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College, California. Bischoff is particularly known for his solo constructions in real-time synthesis as well as his ground-breaking work in networked computer bands. With Jim Horton and Rich Goldhe (and using Commodore KIM 1 personal computers), he formed the League of Automatic Music Composers in 1977; considered to be one of the first computer network bands.