I’ve been busy over the weekend and wasn’t able to advance much in the book yet, but I did play around with SuperCollider a bit more. Here’s some recorded evidence: My old iMac was running out of memory near the end, which is why stuff got all glitchy near the end. Not for this reason […]
So, a while back I saw a few videos of Dan Tepfer’s where he was exploring ideas like algorithmic music and visual representations of music. One video that really grabbed my attention was his exploration of canons and automated canon playback, which he posted on Instagram: View this post on Instagram A post shared […]
This is a follow-up on a music notation project I’ve mentioned recently. (I’ve been inputting the scores for pieces I still have handwritten manuscripts for. Some are lost, so this is the last one I have on hand.)
Well, I decided to notate one of the last pieces of music I wrote as a student. It’s the last one I still have a manuscript for that is worth notating, so I figured, why not?
Yes, again! I’m done—or as done as I can be within my current limits—with notating Monk Suite. No audio yet, but I still wanted to post a note about getting the input done, and about the process and what it was like.