[CM] Performance of Scheme for Max + modular synth algorithmic etude
dbrooks at runforyourlife.org
Mon May 3 11:44:32 PDT 2021
On 5/3/21 8:07 AM, Iain Duncan wrote:
> Hi, yeah I'm not surprised, I mean conceptually, it's dead simple. It
> was really a study to explore how much change in the sequencing
> algorithm could produce over ultra-simple base material, so not
> surprising to hear similar things have been done. In that sense, I
> feel the piece was a success, in that it produced a lot of variety
> with core cohesion from a very small set of changes. I do plan on
> working on weightier material in a similar approach later!
> thanks for checking it out!
Thanks for doing it!
> On Sun, May 2, 2021 at 10:24 AM Dudley Brooks
> <dbrooks at runforyourlife.org <mailto:dbrooks at runforyourlife.org>> wrote:
> On 4/27/21 5:39 AM, Brandon Hale wrote:
>> Hey Iain,
>> Thank you for sharing your work and how it was made. I would be
>> interested in watching a livestream where you work on this in
>> realtime, if that's something you would like to do.
>> Did you have a score on how you altered the synthesizer, or was
>> that improvised?
>> Thank you again for sharing,
>> Brandon Hale
>> On 4/27/21 12:26 AM, Iain Duncan wrote:
>>> Hi folks, just thought I'd share the fruits of one of my term
>>> projects - my first working algorithmic etude for Scheme for
>>> Max + modular synthesizer. (The recording of which may or may
>>> not have prompted the order of a bunch more modules... haha)
> Do you know Rzewski's "Coming Together"? I assume that the
> resemblance is coincidental. But Rzewski's piece could easily
> have been generated algorithmically -- its mathematical structure
> is rather obvious.
>>> Walk-through of how it was made:
>>> Beginning of the book on writing sequencers in s4m, which has
>>> not yet gotten to the point used in the composition mind you..
>>> Hope you enjoy, as usual thanks to everyone who's work has made
>>> this possible!
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