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Tag Archives: Supercollider
In this episode, Max Tfirn stops by to talk about turning images into sound, electromagnetic mics, ambient noise jams, and carting all the gear to gigs. Plus news from NAMM, and Ben explains bitcrushing.
- In this episode, Max Tfirn stops by to talk about turning images into sound, electromagnetic mics, ambient noise jams, and carting all the gear to gigs.
- We discuss his pieces Invisible Signals, Establish Corrupt Broken, and Through Noise Comes Being.
- Antelope Audio has created their first ProTools HD compatible interface, the Orion 32HD!
- Behringer’s DeepMind synth is now shipping.
- UVI has just upgraded their World Traditions library to World Suite.
- Ben explains bitcrushing for this month’s 2 minute challenge.
In this episode, Linda Antas talks about sonifying GPS data, coding in multiple (sometimes complementary) languages, composing by hiking, and macro-photography of small and shiny objects. Ben and Nate mourn Pd-Extended, and Ben explains noise gates.
- Linda Antas talks about sonifying GPS data, coding in multiple (sometimes complementary) languages, composing by hiking, and macro-photography of small and shiny objects.
- We also discuss some of her recent work:
- Ben and Nate mourn Pd-Extended as puredata.info now shares Pd-L2Ork.
- Ben explains noise gates.
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.
This month on Patch In, composer, laptop-performer and educator Sam Pluta joins us to talk about his work with Wet Ink Ensemble, ICE and others, hard coding, and music education. We also touch on Caustic, MOFX, the Roli Seabord and Korg Littlebits.
- Laptop performer/improvisor, composer and educatorSam Pluta joins us to discuss his work with Wet Ink Ensemble, ICE, and tells us a little about how he uses SuperCollider to work with audio and video.
- We follow up on littleBits and KORG – now with schematics!
- Yamaha’s New MOFX line has shipped!
- The intriguing ROLI Seabord is available for pre-order – if you have $8888.88 burning a hole in your pocket and an affinity for squishy things.
- Caustic has released the version 3 update (free if you had version 2!) and is now available for both Android and iOS!
- Nate takes on Audio Delay for this episode’s 2 minute challenge.