Third Wave Graphics has introduced Waveforms – a series of posters that elegantly document the basic elements of classic synthesis.
Dynamic Tonality has introduced XronoMorph – a free app for OS X and Windows, that lets you make beats while exploring a new theory of rhythm.
This video, via Voltage Control Lab, takes a look at Euclidean Rhythms, Godfried Toussaint’s theory that The Euclidean Algorithm Generates Traditional Musical Rhythms (pdf).
Composer, synthesist and artist Brian Eno is featured on the BBC Music John Peel Lecture 2015, discussing his take on the ecology of culture.
This video, via MinutePhysics, takes a quick look at why tuning a piano is so complicated – and summarizes the tuning compromises that are inherent in equal-tempered tuning.
This video captures a short discussion by Brian Eno on his concept of Composers as Gardeners. Eno contrasts the stereotype of the classical composer conceiving a piece and then writing it out against the practice that became more common in the 60s of creating processes that result in music that you may or may not have… Read More Brian Eno On Composers as Gardeners
A key concept in the world of artificial intelligence is the Turing Test – the idea that a computer exhibits intelligence when a natural language text discussion with it becomes indistinguishable from a text discussion with a human. That idea, introduced by computer scientist Alan Turing, has sparked the imagination of many, been a recurring topic of… Read More If There Was A Turing Test For Music Artificial Intelligence, ‘Kulitta’ Might Pass It
Make Noise shared this video demo for their new tELHARMONIC Eurorack module.