An introduction to using MaxMSP for guitar processing. MaxMSP can be a very powerful tool for expanding the sound of a guitar (or any instrument for that matter), and for performing some truly unique processing on your guitar sound.
By Marsha Vdovin I spent hours and hours agonizing over an introduction to this interview.
by Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe Introduction In our last article about the phase vocoder we saw how to create a basic phase vocoder for time-stretching.
Zuckung from Amoebazoid is the newest c74 music release. Your music sounds both intricate and spontaneous.
I've been asked to write a couple of articles that discuss how I learned radiaL, and how I approach using it in a live performance setting -- both as a soloist and in an ensemble setting.
Written by Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe Introduction The phase vocoder is a tool used to perform time-stretching and pitch-shifting on recorded sounds.
Many people already know that Jitter can be a fantastic tool for video processing, but what about audio? Used with a bit of cleverness, a matrix can be just the thing for that patching impasse.
San Francisco resident Carl Stone has composed electro-acoustic and computer music exclusively since 1972.
Kim Cascone has worked as a synth tech, edited music for David Lynch films, founded San Francisco's first ambient electronic music label, and helped design new systems of audio for video games. In this conversation with Ben Nevile, Cascone discusses his electronic history, his interest in genetic algorithms, and a fresh compositional direction that he calls "New Density". Movin' to California Where'd you get started with all this stuff? I went to Berklee College of Musicin Boston.
While news of spectaular or gruesome demises or the passing of "bright lights" in the mediasphere reach us with all the speed that the velocity of fame allows, some kinds of sad news travel more slowly and by a more circuitous route. Someone called me during my radio program last night and wanted to know about artists who, like Moby, had appropriated traditional folk musics into their work.