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    Jack Rusher

    1 year ago
    As mentioned in #linking-together, MIT have opened access to all of their journal archives. People interested in computer music might particularly want to have a look at the Computer Music Journal and Leonardo Music Journal:https://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/comj https://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/lmj
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    Emmanuel Oga

    1 year ago
    love this: https://www.ethanhein.com/wp/2013/hip-hop-transcriptions/ pretty nice (seems obvious after you see it!) idea for a way to combine time box units with standard notation
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    Scott Anderson

    1 year ago
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    Mariano Guerra

    1 year ago
    Nestup is an experimental markup language for musical rhythms. It's specifically designed to break away from a fixed musical grid. The name is a contraction of nested tuplets, which are hard to program on a piano roll but easy to notate with Nestup. https://nestup.cutelab.nyc/
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    Chris Maughan

    1 year ago
    https://xenpaper.com/ xenpaperText-based microtonal sequencer. Write down musical ideas and share the link around.
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    Chris Maughan

    1 year ago
    https://sol-hsa.itch.io/sassy A modular synthesizer as a spreadsheet. Neat.
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    Scott Anderson

    1 year ago
    This is pretty cool https://ludotune.com/
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    Chris Maughan

    7 months ago
    I'm still lurking, and still playing with music & live coding stuff. I've just been a bit busy lately. Part of my current effort is to try to make a combination note and text editor view for sheet music. I think there is interesting potential here to have a 2-way text->music representation that can be edited both as a simple stream of text tokens, and as visual notes. ... but for now I'm working on the complex issue of drawing musical notes and converting from a stream of tokens representing the music. If you've seen my previous work, you'll know one of my interests is closing the gap between the live-coded music and the expectation of how it will sound.
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    Tak Tran

    6 months ago
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    yairchu

    3 months ago
    Anyone at NAMM? Let's meet and talk about Lamdu and your projects. Most of the time you could find me manning or hanging around the Sound Radix booth.