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Sound Reasoning: A New Way to Listen

September 12, 2011 Leave a comment

Sound Reasoning: A New Way to Listen.

Really nice “tutorial” on how to listen and appreciate music (mainly focused on western classical music). Requires no formal knowledge of music (or music notation, theory, etc). Lots of audio examples and music excerpts are used to demonstrate the concepts and musical analysis throughout the text (which is really comprehensive).

Highly recommended for anyone interested in learning how to fully appreciate music and all its complexities expressed through sound.

By the way, this “tutorial” is hosted at the excellent Connexions website, where it’s possible to find several other “open source”/wiki-style modules of educational materials. You can even contribute to it!

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Richard Lyon: Cochlea Modeling Retrospective

February 20, 2011 Leave a comment

AES Audio Myths Workshop

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PWGL – A Visual Programming Language

PWGL – Home.

PWGL is a free cross-platform visual language based on Common Lisp, CLOS and OpenGL, specialized in computer aided composition and sound synthesis. It is programmed using theLispworks programming environment.

The Changing Sound of Music: Approaches to Studying Recorded Musical Performances

Interesting notes about the (not always obvious) differences in recorded music that may have a significant impact on MIR.

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Improptu

Impromptu is an OSX programming environment for composers, sound artists, VJ’s and graphic artists with an interest in live or interactive programming. Impromptu is a Scheme language environment, a member of the Lisp family of languages.

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