Re: a brief description...
- Karl and all,
This site by David Cope may be of interest. I haven't looked in
depth or downloaded any of the music yet - it's on my to do list for
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "pjfjacks" <pjfjacks@s...>
> A person who posts on another list devoted to development has aninteresting signature, attributed to J. S. Bach:
> "mathematics is music for the mind, music is mathematics for thesoul" (I hope I got that right from memory),
> But you get the gist. That would be the fourth vertice of thisshape - how it moves us - perhaps a cultural thing
> depending on context, but an important one. Those pieces I like(there are many!) almost always have some
> passage that triggers some emotion quite stongly.technology
> Phil J.
> Hi karl and all,
> At the risk of making more work for you, might I suggest that you
> consider 'squaring' the triangle if you are dealing with
> in education - the fourth point being occupied by softwarehave
> development. There are at least three members of this group who
> written excellent free programs for producing algorithmic music.<karl@l...>
> --- In email@example.com, "himself_uk2000"
> > Ok Group, thank you for your open-armed welcome.
> > In the short time I've been a member, I've been passed some
> > inspirational links to aid me with my educational slant -notably
> > that from Lauri Gröhn, who by `controlled' chance led me toBrian
> > Eno's website; an article about Generative music.and
> > I have also been asked to share the outlines of my thinking,
> > although as I previously mentioned, I am on the beginning of myworld
> > journey, I will attempt to share with you my thought-mind-map.
> > (Forgive me if I'm a little lost, but I'm in a strange new
> andcultural /
> > up against a steep learning curve).
> > Δ Imagine a triangle. On each of the three points are;
> > ALGORITHIC COMPOSITION and YOUR GROUP.
> > I'm starting with Education, and wondering how its position on
> > Technology came to be. Of course, this is a social /
> > historical question, and also considering its viewpoint fromthe
> > traditional cannon of musical practice. (All my thoughts areswiftly
> > primarily UK based by the way) . Moving on from this, very
> > know - but Im trying an outline here - how the Algorithmic
> > compositional ideals; i.Get missed ii. Can provide musical
> > iii.Alter our educational perspective on both traditional
> > practice and music technologyspeak
> > Your Group, is of particular interest to me as I can see and
> > those people who are creating/talking/listening to this music -
> > is of course, a social art. (I understand that any musical
> > has three main practices; 1. Creation 2. Distribution 3.used
> > Reception/Consumption) - all three of which can be studied by
> > observing the group. This valuable information can then be
> > to prove or disprove any theories I have. .
> > The links between what I am calling `education' and `your
> > in fact not so opposed, for all of you are in fact -
> Theme in
> > means by which you are educated varies whether this be in a
> school -
> > or your own dusty basement! But these Thought-Locations help
> > the way I like to construct my thoughts.----------
> > Any clearer?
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