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In my day job at Princeton University I have mentored many young composers as they receive their first published and public reviews. Good or bad these reviews usually ellicit a discussion/pep talk about critics and careers. It is tempting for composers to want to view critics as the enemy but, in addition to the karmic downside of adopting enemies, it is fundamentally wrong.
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LiveControl can now be more simply installed using the provider installer.
Midifreq is a simple concept I've been working on for a while, it is still buggy but functions at a very basic level. It turns any live instrument into a pitch based midi controller What it does: Takes live audio in (guitar, voice, any other instrument) and translates live pitch to midi note to be sent elsewhere.
HI Chris, Haven't tested this but a few quick questions...
Posted by Timo on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 · 7 Comments
This is some quick and dirty code I have been using to play around on my Novation Launchpad. The code is made up of general purpose MIDI in and out objects together with a basic wrapper object for the Launchpad's MIDI protocol.
PDF version In the 1970s, the whole idea of high-level sound reinforcement was still nascent, and the few sound companies that existed were figuring things out as they went along, relying primarily on their experience and building most of their own equipment, especially mixing consoles and loudspeakers.