Almost a year ago I wrote about what had been the first app released by the John Cage Trust, Prepared Piano, created in 2012 to celebrate the centenary of the birth of […]
Between the end of the forties and the mid-sixties, a series of experiments was conducted in Australia aimed at transforming the computer CSIRAC into a musical instrument, able to compose […]
In my opinion, to play is a valid tool to implement a teaching that is both effective and capable of preserving the objectives a strong pedagogy. An opinion far from […]
Title: The Music of Csirac, Australia’s First Computer Music Author: Paul Doornbusch Publisher: Common Ground Publishing Year: 2005 Pages: 102 Attachment: Cd/Rom The story told in this book was born […]
Title: Xenakis Authors: Various Edited by: Enzo Restagno Publisher: EDT Year: 1988 Pages: 315 After the first chapter of Enzo Restagno, you can read an intervention by the Czech writer […]
Title: Aix Author: Giuseppe Ielasi Label: 12k Year: 2009 Tracks: 9 Duration: 0:31.23 Vote: 8/10 The first impression one gets from listening to Aix, for those who know the discography of […]
In recent weeks, Radiohead have released the new version of the free app PolyFauna, a project for iOS and Android designed by Thom Yorke born with the collaboration with producer Nigel […]
When you are writing of software for audio free and open source, I believe that the first thought in the vast majority of cases, falls on Audacity, a powerful tool […]
LMMS is a software that turns your computer into a digital workstation dedicated to music composition. So far there is nothing particularly new, think about it.
Personally I do not hardly ever work with Midi (.mid), but often hear people who are looking for software dedicated to the development and modification of this kind of file.
Title: Traiettoria, Spirali Author: Marco Stroppa Label: Ricordi/Stradivarius Year: 2008 Tracks: 5 Duration: 1:04.26 Marco Stroppa is an important name in contemporary Italian music; although I think it’s most known […]