Monday, April 16, 2007

This Kinda Rocks!

"Computer music languages" should be really cool. There's one drawback -- it's surprisingly hard to make anything that anyone would actually want to listen to. But here's one that really works for me.

Darkest Hour, by Joyclyn Bennett From the jMusic site.


Blogger HA HA HA said...

hmmmmmm duno abuout compautr mausuic alnsauages beign cool. aftar tharishing aruoudn with buzzz an so on for a bit i fuound that goign back to compasing on a insrument i cuould acutally play in reltime was rely libaratign. liek as if id beeen werign lead clothes an got to chanange inta a tshirt.

10:15 AM  
Blogger Project WANNABE said...

Well yeah, same for me too. Or are you making fun of the emails I sent you after getting my midi keybd?

I'm just saying the COMCEBT co copumeter mucous langiges seems cool.

Sure, if the endpoint is GOOD music, then just writing songs normal is probably the quickest way there. But what if the goal is just to get the damn thing over with? I've tried to clear this up in my most recent post.

10:21 AM  
Blogger HA HA HA said...

noh not makgigin fun. just spaekign my truth. as trufths go its not bad; i kneww sombododoy who got stuck with 'awlays keep a plumgar in teh batfrhoom'.

but annnywyya teh concept yeah i love teh concccpet. wernt we tlakign abuot taht ten years ago?

12:55 PM  
Blogger Project WANNABE said...

Yes, maybe only 6 years ago. But back then I totally misunderstood the situation. I thought that a better programming language might help in principle.

2:35 PM  

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