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In this episode, Ben and Nate talk to Mark Sullivan and Matt Schoendorff, and, well, Ben, about their recent work composing music for MSU’s Cyclotron and FRIB. Also, Ableton gets an update, KMI labs shares future toys, and Nate explains Processing.
- In this episode (a super late one we recorded back in November, Sorry! -Nate), Mark Sullivan and Matt Schoendorff, and, well, Ben, talk about their recent work composing music for MSU’s Cyclotron and FRIB. All their pieces are available here!
- Ableton gets updated to 9.5.
- KMI labs will give you a look at future toys.
- The Critter & Guitari Organelle will let you perform with Pd patches in the cutest/hippest little package!
- In this month’s 2MC, Nate introduces Processing(.org).
This week FoTS Matt Schoendorff joins the panel to discuss sound masses, the most interesting Polish man in the world, big female lists, quiting trombones, Greenwood, helicopters in opera and not crying over spilled cello.
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- FoTS (and Radiohead specialist) Matt Schoendorff joins the panel this week to talk about what he’s up to, the news and this week’s pick by Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and Krzysztof Penderecki.
- FoTS Rob Deemer has a huge list of female composers to share – for better or worse.
- Two trombonists from the Vienna Philharmonic call it quits.
- Stockhausen’s Mittwoch aus Licht finally finds the stage (helicopters and all).
- Get the Met on tap.
- What the “pop” side of Indie Classical sees in the movement.
- Anne Midgette dares you not to cry (or think too hard about music).