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Tag Archives: clarinet
In this episode, Greg Dixon joins Ben and Nate to talk about video game music, creating a super-clarinet, and programming a Bösendorfer. Plus, a special comment from Dave, and in the 2 Minute Challenge, Ben explains spatialization with speakers.
- In this episode, Greg Dixon joins Ben and Nate to talk about video game music, composing with self-recorded audio, creating a super-clarinet with Rachel Yoder, and programming a Bösendorfer CEUS with Stephen Lucas.
- Image Line has announced a public beta for FL Studio 12.1 – if you’re a registered user, go grab it!
- Yamaha’s Reface Keyboards are out!
- Love AudioBus, but need more space? Try AudioBus Remote! $5 in the app store, and you can control all of your AudioBus compatible apps from a second iOS device.
- Want to make music without touching anything? Theremin too expensive? Try Kagura, a free app that uses your webcam to control music.
- Are you a rich Sci-Fi geek? Show your nerd superiority by getting the MB&F MusicMachine3 – an $18k Tie-Fighter music box.
- Windows 10 is out!
- Plus, a special comment from Dave about the W3C Music Notation Community Group
- For this month’s 2 Minute Challenge, Ben explains spatialization with speakers.
In this episode, Andrea Cheeseman joins Ben and Nate in a discussion of electro-acoustic music from the performers perspective. Teaching new music, prep and tempo alterations are discussed. And Nate explains reverb for the 2 minute challenge.
- Ben continues to gush over Max 7
- Moog’s Sub 37 is out – basically it’s a Sub Phatty that’s duophonic!
- Microsketch lets you get your microtonal groove on on your iPad
- ProTools got you down? Cubase 8 is out!
- And Ableton is having their annual sale – 20% off, including IRCAM stuff!
- Our guest this month is Dr. Andrea Cheeseman, Associate Professor of Clarinet at Appalachian State University, and performer/commissioner/champion/teacher of new music!
- We discuss some of the pieces in her recent repertoire:
- Christopher Biggs‘ 10^33
- Ben Fuhrman‘s Recursion (for S)
- Nikola Resanovic‘s alt.music.ballistix
- Kirsten Volness‘ Ultraviolet
- Nate gets into Reverb for this month’s 2-minute challenge.