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Tag Archives: computational analysis
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.
- In the news, there’s an Indiegogo campaign to fund Subotnick: Portrait of an Electronic Music Pioneer, Reason now includes VST support in Version 9.5, and in Moog land, there are the soon to be commercially available Subsequent 37 and the Drummer from another Mother.
- 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!
- This month’s 2mc is on algorithmic composition.