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Author Archives: nate
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by Daniel Spreadbury (AKA Papa SMuFL), product marketing manager for Steinberg’s new engraving software Dorico. We cover details of the platform, how Dorico thinks about music differently, and our nerdiness.
This week, we’re joined by cellist and scordatura appropriator, Hannah Addario-Berry to discuss her album of new works for cello using the scordatura from the Kodály Sonata for Cello. Plus, price and release date coming for Steinberg’s new scoring app.
In this episode, Linda Antas talks about sonifying GPS data, coding in multiple (sometimes complementary) languages, composing by hiking, and macro-photography of small and shiny objects. Ben and Nate mourn Pd-Extended, and Ben explains noise gates.
- Linda Antas talks about sonifying GPS data, coding in multiple (sometimes complementary) languages, composing by hiking, and macro-photography of small and shiny objects.
- We also discuss some of her recent work:
- Ben and Nate mourn Pd-Extended as puredata.info now shares Pd-L2Ork.
- Ben explains noise gates.
Sam and Dave are joined by old pal Tim Rosenberg to discuss the loss of Prince, Henry Threadgill’s Pulitzer-winning work, and recent news about the Met, Steinway’s showroom, and listener email.
- American Composers Forum’s 2016 Champions of New Music
- Alex Ross: James Levine’s Accomplishment at the Met
- Steinway’s Grand Design: A Modern Temple to the Piano
- Sasha Frere-Jones: Dorian Purple
- Ann Power: Listen To My Body Tonight: How Prince’s Transgressive Spirit Broke Boundaries
- Seth Colter Walls: Henry Threadgill on his Pulitzer prize win for music: ‘I just try to stay hopeful’
We talk to Kronos Quartet founder David Harrington about Fifty for the Future:The Kronos Learning Repertoire, commissioning 50 new works showcasing approaches to the quartet and designed expressly for the training of students and emerging professionals.