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Tag Archives: Schlieren Flow Visualization
This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by composer, performer and microtonal lobbyist Johnny Reinhard. We talk tuning systems, dissonentlessness™, and MicroFEST NYC 2014 going on right now at Spectrum.
- This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by composer, performer and microtonal lobbyist Johnny Reinhard.
- We discuss the 128 tuning system, dissonentlessness™, and MicroFEST NYC 2014 going on right now at Spectrum featuring the premiere of his new string quartet Seventh Heaven.
- Friends of the SoundNotion podcasting network Andy Akiho (SoundNotion: 16 Dec 2012) and Paula Matthusen (Patch In: 16 Jan 2014) are the recipients of the 2014-15 Rome Prize for Musical Composition.
- In another highly anticipated announcement, a CBS poll asks what the sexiest instrument to play is (we can’t resist sometimes). In a tragic miscarriage of justice, zither didn’t even make the list.
- Ever wondered what sound looks like? Then Schlieren Flow Visualization is for you!