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On 24 jun 2007, at 06.31, Stefan Smulovitz wrote:
> Taming randomness and making it musical is one of my favorite
> undertakings. For me it is a way to vary the static loop based
> approach into something a bit more exciting - in particular when
> using prerecorded sound files.
That's a big interest of mine as well, except for the bit about
working with prerecorded sound files. I have always wanted to
implement randomness into real-time generated audio rather than
prerecorded files. This started with hardware in -81 something but so
far it has not led me into programming my own software. Related to
this I'm also interested in techniques that allow the musician to
instantly compose and perform multi layer orchestrated music (or
maybe "lateral improvisation" would be a better phrasing?).
Greetings from Sweden
- From: Stefan Smulovitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>