In the latest issue of the journal Organised Sound, 23.3, Jøran Rudi has published some of his research on  Knut Wiggen, the most important computer music pioneer in Scandinavia.  He worked as director of both the concert organization Fylkingen and the Electronic Music Studio (EMS) from mid-sixties to mid-seventies, and delivered important contributions through his construction of the first functioning hybrid computer music studio in the world, through a 9 m. long interactive controller , and through the programming language MusicBox, where he could realize a new *composition method* based on the affordances of the technological development.