A solo piece for you to realize; |
Keep the drums in a very cool environment until mid day. Place them in
direct, hot sunlight with contact mics on. As they warm up and change,
record the sounds.
[an ersatz banjo will do]
[Send me the results...]
Talk to you soon,
ACME Observatory is a
concert series devoted to experimental music. Most concerts happen
at TUVA, a community
performance space near the Ashby BART station in Berkeley, CA.
Designing new analog synthesis equipment? You might
want to know about the
Analog Products AD538,
a precision multiplication, division and exponentiation part.
is the Research Director at CNMAT. His web page has a whole pile of
links to research papers, mostly about the architecture of computer
Simply compose one short piece a day. It must be a complete composition each day. It is like 'kindling' - one day along will come a more important idea that will require extensive work - the flame is thus lit & away you go! It is important, he says to keep regular appointments with the muse - if she doesn't arrive then it's not your fault, at least You are there!
Here's an article on
Drum Theory (from
Music Theory Online) that
concentrates on how performances arise from the interaction of a master
drummer and a multi-cyclic ostinato.
Also, here's an analytic discussion of Anlo-Ewe Rhythmic Principles by C. K. Ladzekpo.
mailing list is devoted to algorithmic composition.
Not a lot of volume, but with a bunch of good people
subscribing the general quality of discourse is fairly
Old News has
items that have fallen off the New list.