what the cycling people don't do well
On 9 May 2006, at 14:41, Bradford Garton wrote:
> Highly recommended!
Yep – must snarf myself a copy.
radiaL sends me crosseyed after a while, but people make some amazing
music with it.
nick rothwell — composition, systems, performance — http://
Bradford Garton wrote:
> is self-promotion. I hadn’t realized that Gregory Taylor’s new CD has
> now been released (or maybe I just missed the announcement?):
It’s on the front page of our site and was announced in a mass mailing
to several thousand folks along with UpMix on Friday, so…
Oh yeah, we missed the mass telepathic broadcast. I’ll be sure to raise
hell at the next staff meeting. Thanks for the prod ;-)
Is there a way to listen to, at least, one whole title ? this kind of
music doesn’t fit for 30 sec shots (anyway, which does ?). If you’re
affraid to be downloaded, take a look at this perfect light flash player
i use myself :
It’s french (yeah !) so it’s in french but a google on "DewPlayer" will
do the trick. Creative Commons license too. Easy to integrate, fast,
ps: btw, Gregory, i thought you were playing free jazz music ;-)
f.e chanfrault | aka | personal computer music
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> >>>>>> |sublime music for a desperate people|
I shall strive to throw off the confluence of
my southern birthright [don't put on airs] and
my midwestern socialization [don't think you're
anything special] especially for this occasion.
There are several short excerpts from VJ on
the c74 webpage for the disc. Like all the
other releases, they are short MP3s. The actual
performance is a continuous single-take live
set, so I suppose you could take the MP3s,
import them into buffers, and write a patch
that performed spectral interpolations between
them over long periods of time. :-)
>ps: btw, Gregory, i thought you were playing free jazz music ;-)
mais oui, although after a bruising bar fight
with one of the Marsalis boys, I have promised
to refer to it as free improv, and to avoid
the term "music." The recording on Voiceband
Jilt occurred within hours of a Kraakgeluiden
performance with Jorrit Dykstra, Andrew Neumann,
and Stephie Buttrich that you might have enjoyed.
Thanks for your interest. Brad Garton, who
started this whole embarrassing exchange off
in the first place, has – unaccountably – spent
quite a lot of time using other recordings of
mine as source material for his own recent works.
I have no idea why, but refuse to argue with
jaw-droppin’ heart-stoppin’ hip=hoppin’ good fortune.
You can find them, and things about them here:
T.S. Eliot dedicated "The Wasteland" to Ezra Pound
with the epigram "il miglior fabbro" [the better
workman]. Brad makes me sound really good, probably
better than I sound normally.
Let’s talk about something else now, okay?