Here’s a quick tutorial on making a ‘self-generating patch’ on the new Moog Grandmother synthesizer, without using the sequencer, arpeggiator or keyboard input.… Read More How To Make Random Music With Your Grandmother
Cat Scores A Soap Opera was uploaded by: tvboy88
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This video, by Gianni Proietti, collects a set of generative ambient music experiments, programmed using the software Nodal. Nodal is a generative software application for composing music that is available for Mac & Windows. For more information see our previous posts on Nodal, generative music and algorithmic composition.
http://www.vimeo.com/14520300 via Giorgio Sancristoforo, “a study for a self composing patch” with a mini Buchla 200e modular synthesizer system. No MIDI or sequencers or overdubs were used. Everything was triggered and controlled by the 266e Source Of Uncertainty module in realtime. The patch can play for infinite time, with an incredible number of permutations.
Generatiive Algorithmic System – Berklee Spring ’10 was uploaded by: shechter80
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This is an interview One More Thing did with sound designer and composer Jim Reekes, who reveals the stories behind the sounds of the Apple Macintosh. He talks about the creation of the Mac startup sound, his work on Quicktime and other audio features we take for granted on the Mac. It’s a fairly long… Read More Secrets Of Mac Sounds
Ever wonder what your website or blog would sound like as bad electronic music? Now you can find out with CodeOrgan – an online service that generates music out of the content of Web pages. CodeOrgan analyzes the text of pages and turns it into music using an algorithm that determines the key, synth style… Read More Turn Your Website Into Bad Electronic Music With CodeOrgan
John Cage is the subject of a new museum exhibition in Barcelona. The exhibit looks at Cage’s works in various media and his impact on all forms of contemporary art. The New Yorker’s Alex Ross shares his thoughts on the highlights of the exhibit – but also raises this conundrum: The great oddity of twentieth-century… Read More Why People Still Hate John Cage