Re: Music update
Evan Laforge <qdunkan <at> gmail.com>
2013-10-07 04:15:40 GMT
I saw the the video on g+, it's especially nice with "live"
instruments. I noticed the code had a fair amount of stuff dealing
with limitations of the auto-bass, I assume you had to be careful not
to gum up its works. Is there a robotic drumset back there somewhere
Also change ringing is new to me, I wasn't aware of that particular
tradition. I assume real ringers have a pretty limited set of pitches
to work with, but it sounds like you're changing the pitch sets over
time, is there a larger structure at work?
On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Mark Lentczner
<mark.lentczner <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, video was shot and several audio recordings taken. I'm mastering the
> audio and expect to have something in a week to share.
> On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 4:21 AM, Dan Krol <orblivion <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Will there be a video of the live premier?
>> On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 12:14 PM, Mark Lentczner
>> <mark.lentczner <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Some might remember me asking about music packages a while back... An
>>> I ended up using Euterpea, which in turn uses both Codec.Midi and
>>> Sound.PortMidi. My working environment was to have my code loaded up in
>>> ghci, play MIDI into a software MIDI bus, and pipe that into MainStage 3
>>> which ran the synths.
>>> The piece I was working on premiered last night at a concert in
>>> Wellington, NZ. The live recording will take a while, but you can hear a
>>> studio synth recording (from the above setup) here:
>>> The code for the piece is all open source:
>>> https://github.com/mzero/PlainChanges2. In particular, there is a somewhat
>>> improved MIDI player in there.
>>> - Mark
>>> P.S.: Yes, and now that that's done with, I can get on with the next
>>> Haskell Platform release!
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