|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dresden / Venezia / Megaton||3||Audio||1979||Lovely Music, Ltd.|
|2||Mesa / Pontpoint / Fwyyn||3||Audio||1986||Lovely Music, Ltd.|
|3||Rainforest / 4 Mographs, 2 Sections From Gestures II||10||Audio||2006-09-00||New World Records|
|4||Electro Acoustical Music Analog And Digital / Live-Performance Music Acoustical And Cybersonic||2||Audio||1995||Stomach Ache Records|
|5||Electronic Music Of Theatre And Public Activity||4||Audio||2005||New World Records|
|6||Electroacoustic Music Analog And Digital / Live Performance Music Acoustical And Cybersonic||8||Audio||1988||Slowscan|
|7||Studio Retrospect||6||Audio||2000||Lovely Music, Ltd.|
Gordon Mumma (March 30, 1935, Framingham, MA, USA) is an American composer who attented the School of Music (1952–53) and Institute of Science and Technology (1959–62) of the University of Michigan and studied composition, piano and the horn privately.
Mumma co-founded and worked with the Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music in Ann Arbor (1958–66) and the ONCE Group (1960–68). Mumma also collaborated with Milton Cohen's Space Theater in Ann Arbor (1957–64) and in New York with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company (1966–74) and the Sonic Arts Union (from 1966).
His reputation was founded on his contributions to electro-acoustic music, particularly his custom-built circuits for sound creation and manipulation. Mumma's cybersonic circuitry modifies and interrelates live instrumental, ambient and electronically-produced sounds and their various transformations.