In this episode Ben and Nate talk with Reiner Krämer about algorithmic composition, neural networks, computational analysis of Medieval music, and the awesomeness of Roland re-issue synths. Plus, big news for Reason, and a Subotnick documentary.
We talk with with Reiner Krämer about algorithmic composition, neural networks, computational analysis of Medieval music, and the awesomeness of Roland re-issue synths, as well as several of his pieces!
In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with composer and installation artist Jason Charney about creating site specific works, generative audio processes, and amplifying the Amish. Plus news and updates, and Ben attempts to explain wavetable synthesis.
In this episode, Ben Whiting and Melody Chua stop by to discuss the sensor-augmented Chaosflöte, unobtrusive and ergonomic instrument design, and composing for an augmented instrument. Plus, live-coding, news and updates, and the two minute challenge.
In this episode, Max Tfirn stops by to talk about turning images into sound, electromagnetic mics, ambient noise jams, and carting all the gear to gigs. Plus news from NAMM, and Ben explains bitcrushing.
In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with Margaret Schedel about sonification of data, composing for VR, teaching, her music, the upcoming www.arts.codes, and black midi. Plus, Cubase updates to version 9, Joué is on Kickstarter, and the 2 Minute Challenge.
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