So I’m having too much fun with this and I have to share – I just revisited my “noisemakers” folder and found some ooolld software and remembered how completely fun it was Coagula, the “Industrial Strength Color-Note Organ.” It’s basically a Windows Paint that when you’re done makes wacky sounds. It’s buckets of fun andContinue reading “A Demonstration of Coagula, the Industrial Strength Color-Note Organ”
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Closet Music: Music for the Mind (and Only the Mind!)
So I have to share this new concept I came across on The Composers Site. “Closet Music” is music intended to be made–and heard–only in the participant’s head. Sound crazy? It’s actually peaceful and meditative – check out some sample scores from their first collection: Summer 1976 Paul Burnell’s Sound Meditations (the Burnell one gaveContinue reading “Closet Music: Music for the Mind (and Only the Mind!)”
Spotify Playlist for Alvin Lucier’s Music109 book/class
Spotify Playlist for Alvin Lucier’s Music109 book/class I’ve been enjoying this book (basically a print version of the lectures for the Music109 class he teaches/taught at Wesleyan) and since I was sick of cataloging found-sound samples I thought I’d make a big playlist of all the pieces discussed in the book in order. So enjoyContinue reading “Spotify Playlist for Alvin Lucier’s Music109 book/class”
Shout-out from Jeffrey Agrell Himself!
How cool to receive a shout-out from the creator of my some of favorite improv exercises! Jeffrey Agrell, author of Improv Games for One: A Very Voncise Collection of Musical Games for One Classical Musician, linked to recent post of mine on an improv session with David Elkin-Ginetti. (This book’s suggestion to practice your scalesContinue reading “Shout-out from Jeffrey Agrell Himself!”