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Chad McCoy - Improvisations/ Compositions For Computer Generated Computer Piano album mp3

  • Performer: Chad McCoy
  • Genre: Electronic / Classical
  • Title: Improvisations/ Compositions For Computer Generated Computer Piano
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: Ambient, Drone, Experimental, Minimal, Modern Classical, Musique Concrète
  • MP3 version size: 1935 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1936 mb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Description

This video was made during the recording sessions for my latest album on the 2L label, PIANO IMPROVISATIONS.

Cover Photo by Evaldas. These pieces are examples of rhythmic improvisations using computer tones. This record is dedicated to Morton Subotnick and Dr. Sandra Stauffer (I was her pupil many years ago)

Piano Improvisations Vol. 2 is an album recorded by Chick Corea and released in 1972. The album, along with its counterpart Piano Improvisations Vol. 1 (1971), was recorded over the course of two days in Oslo, Norway. The two albums in the Piano Improvisations series serve as a sort of bridge between Corea's other works in Circle and Return to Forever. In addition to seven original pieces written by Corea, he interprets Wayne Shorter's "Masqualero" and Thelonious Monk's ""Trinkle, Tinkle".

The composer Sergei Rachmaninoff produced a number of solo piano pieces that were either lost, unpublished, or not assigned an opus number. While often disregarded in the concert repertoire, they are nevertheless part of his oeuvre. He composed sixteen such pieces, and all others are lost. Ten of these pieces were composed before he completed his Piano Concerto No. 1, his first opus, and the rest interspersed throughout his later life.

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Computer music is the application of computing technology in music composition, to help human composers create new music or to have computers independently create music, such as with algorithmic composition programs. It includes the theory and application of new and existing computer software technologies and basic aspects of music, such as sound synthesis, digital signal processing, sound design, sonic diffusion, acoustics, and psychoacoustics

Rhythmania and Other Electronic Musical Compositions. Navajo Dedications: Music by David Cope.

Three short compositions in the style of Bach generated by the CONCERT system by Michael C. Mozer. In 2002 Doug Eck updated this approach by switching from standard RNN cells to long short term memory (LSTMs) cells. Doug used his architecture to improvise blues based on a short recording. Piano-e-Competition Unconditioned Samples from Music Transformer. One of the recurring difficulties encountered when training these systems is deciding on a representation of music. François Pachet, formerly at Sony Computer Science Laboratories and now at this site, has been working with algorithmic music for some time, from his Continuator to the more recent Flow Machines. The Continuator (2000) by François Pachet, is designed to extend the technical ability of musicians with stylistically consistent, automatically learnt musical material.

Remember those old Casio keyboards that were so popular a few decades ago? Well, now they’re back, at least in your PC. Download Computer Piano one of those electronic musical keyboards on your computer, using each keystroke of your PC keyboard. To produce a different sound. Just like the original instrument, this software app supports a wide range of different sound styles

Composition for Computer Musicians Paperback – 23 Apr 2009. by. Michael Hewitt (Author).

Tracklist

1 Dancing About Architecture 1:15
2 John Glass and Philip Adams 3:03
3 Variations on John Glass and Philip Adams 4:05
4 What Would Frank Do? 4:33
5 Koto House Flying Sword Music 3:05
6 A Journey Through An Endless Plunderphonic Dream 17:35
7 ...Nothingness and Being and Nothingness... 5:44

Credits

  • Performer – Chad McCoy

Notes

Recorded at Woodier Studios, Los Angeles CA February 10-13, 2012
Edited and Mixed by CM at 667 Studios, late February through late March

Cover Photo by Evaldas

"These pieces are examples of rhythmic improvisations using computer tones. Tones were ordered in a number of ways, or not at all and left to chance. The three selections featuring percussion were thoroughly composed while the other selections include twelve tone and serial recording techniques such as synchronization in editing and in the final mixing.

This record is dedicated to Morton Subotnick and Dr. Sandra Stauffer (I was her pupil many years ago). They were responsible for creating an interactive visual graph template over a decade ago using computerized drum and keyboard sounds. Fast forward to the present day, and their innovative music program is still a great way to study the infinite number of harmonic and rhythmic possibilities from a generated matrix of computer tones." CM

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