University of York; Dept. of Music; Third Order VST Ambisonic Tools I have now made available Alpha versions of the first a set of Third Order Ambisonic VST plugins. I have written these as part of an ongoing research programme at Department of Music, University of York. England. They have been placed in the public domain in order to get feedback and as a service to the musical community in general, and electroacoustic musicians in particular, with two conditions; All rights in the software reside with the originator. Currently there are two plugins available in the Third Order range; Bpan3 Third Order Ambisonic EncoderBdec3 Programmable Third Order Ambisonic decoder These have been tested in the latest beta version of AudioMulch and in Plogue Bidule on the PC. These new VST Ambisonic packages have been made available by York University's Department of Music Music Technology Group Learn more about Ambisonics
reacTIVision 1.3 et la Reactable Captation d’objets tangibles Un logiciel pour représenter, visualiser et interagir avec des artéfacts Première publication : .Mise en ligne: 28 mai 2007.Modifié le : 27 mai 2007. Par Jocelyne Quelo Développé par Martin Kaltenbrunner et Ross Bencina au sein du groupe de Technologie musicale à l’université Pompeu Fabra de Barcelone, ce logiciel fait partie du projet Reactable, un instrument de musique électro-acoustique basé sur une interface utilisateur tangible. Reactable La reactable est un instrument de musique électro-acoustique pour utilisateurs multiples. La Reactable Fabriquer sa reactable Le matériel de base de la reactable est composé d’une table ronde translucide, une caméra vidéo située sous la vitre, de façon à permettre l’analyse continue de la surface de la table, et d’un projecteur adéquat situé également sous la vitre. Schéma de construction de la Reactable Plus chip, la solution proposée par Jean-Yves Gratius 1 carton d’emballage 32*32*26 cm 1 plaque de plexiglass 25*50 cm
Music Text Composition Generator ( A free online music utility) The P22 Music Text Composition Generator allows any text to be converted into a musical composition. This composition is displayed in musical notation and simultaneously generated as a midi file. 1. Usage Type or copy any text into the Text Field. A short text may be best at a slow pace (IE 10 BPM) whereas a longer text may prove more engaging at 1200 BP. In some browsers (Safari 2 or greater), the ability to play real time multi-tracking can allow for complex compositions. The generated musical text does not claim copyright nor imply any rights from the text used. 2. The P22 Music Composition Font was proposed in 1997 to the John Cage Trust as an accompaniment to the John Cage text font based on the handwriting of the composer. 3. P22 Music Pro is a unique font system that expands on the concept used in the Music Text Composition Generator. The font used in the P22 MTCG is a basic version that closely follows the initial Cage inspired idea. 4.
Processing 1.0 Cantabile University of York VST Ambisonic Tools The Music Technology Group at the University of York Department of Music are now adding new Ambisonic tools to the range already generated by the Swiss Center for Computer Music which were written by Dave Malham and Ambrose Field from the Department of Music, University of York. England. As with the earlier plugins, they have been placed in the public domain as a service to the musical community in general, and electroacoustic musicians in particular, with two conditions; All rights in the software reside with the sponsors. Mac Users Please note that there have been reports of problems with the German language versions of OS9, the International and American versions seem more stable. PC Only Range There are now two PC only plugins available in the York range; B-Plane Mirror Ambisonic B-Format ProcessorB-Mic Ambisonic B-format to Stereo Pair utility Third Order Plugins There are also now alpha versions of the first of a forthcoming range of plugins that can run at in up to third order mode.
SuperCollider » About Western Classical Music (history) Montage of some great classical music composers. From left to right: Top row: Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven; second row: Gioachino Rossini, Felix Mendelssohn, Frédéric Chopin, Richard Wagner, Giuseppe Verdi; third row: Johann Strauss II, Johannes Brahms, Georges Bizet, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Antonín Dvořák; bottom row: Edvard Grieg, Edward Elgar, Sergei Rachmaninoff, George Gershwin, Aram Khachaturian The term "classical music" did not appear until the early 19th century, in an attempt to distinctly canonize the period from Johann Sebastian Bach to Beethoven as a golden age. The earliest reference to "classical music" recorded by the Oxford English Dictionary is from about 1836. Characteristics Literature The most outstanding characteristic of classical music is that the repertoire tends to be written down in musical notation, creating a musical part or score. Instrumentation