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Tag Archives: Markov Chains
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.
- Our guest Keith Kothman stops by to talk about Ball State University, teaching, why Blackboard is evil, and composing for a hardware controller as an instrument.
- We also discuss some of his pieces for laptop: [un]wired fantasies, Thrown Glass, and Bent Metal
- IK Multimedia has released the iRig 2 for your iPod/Phone/Pad/Mac.
- Ableton has released their first book: Making Music: 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers, by Dennis DeSantis.
- Synthopia has a great write up of audiomux and midimux.
- In this month’s 2-minute challenge, Ben explains the Markov Chain.
In this episode, Jorge Variego talks with Ben and Nate about Markov Chains in Charlie Parker’s music, SuperCollider, the prepared clarinet, and algorithmic composition. Max/MSP 7 gets gushed over, and Ben explains the flanging process.
- Keith McMillen’s K-Board is now available – It’s a stripped down QuNexus, without all the fancy CV and OSC features, but it’s Core compliant and only $99
- Max/MSP 7 is out!!!
- Want a new, interesting MIDI controller with a kooky name? Try the Skoog
- MusicComputing has introduced their Naru all in one music production PC – impressed?
- Moog has released a Theremini editor/librarian app for iPad. it’s free, and it let’s you edit EVERY parameter of your Theremini – what more do you need?
- Our guest this month is Jorge Variego – UT Knoxville professor, sax/clarinet virtuoso, fabulous composer!
- We discuss some of his pieces:
- Ornet – soprano sax/computer
- Study on a Fundamental – Small ensemble/tape (violin, piano, prepared clarinet, computer)
- La Jungla – Piano and SuperCollider
- In this month’s 2-minute challenge, Ben takes on Flanging.