Tag Archives: Ableton

Patch In 34: Music For Normal People?

In this episode Nate and guest-host Dave talk to host-guest Ben about his album Concrete Oasis and its titular piece, a seven movement look at urban decay and. Plus, the arrival of Dorico, a smaller Linnstrument, and Dave takes on the 2 Minute Challenge.

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Patch In 20: Creating a non-instrument

In this very special episode, Morton Subotnick discusses technology, the past/present/future of music, the legendary Buchla 100, and of course, “Silver Apples of the Moon.” Also a special comment from Dave, and Nate looks at keyboard contacts

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Patch In 17: You’re having more fun than anyone else in the hall

In this episode, Keith Kothman stops by to talk about Ball State University, teaching, why Blackboard is evil, and composing for a hardware controller as an instrument. Ableton’s new book is discussed, and Ben attempts to explain Markov Chains.

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Patch In Beta 2: Barn Dance

In this beta episode, we interview composer Mark Snyder about his many festivals, including the Electroacoustic Barn Dance. We also chat about music technology education, and Nate explains audio compression in our Two-Minute Challenge.
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