Computer Music Journal Volume 41 Number 2 Summer 2017
The musician’s interface—this issue’s theme—has intrigued practitioners of computer music since the early years of the discipline. Even “the father of computer music,” Max Mathews, hardly rested on his laurels as the 1950s pioneer of the so-called Music N series of programming languages. Although these languages were powerful and influential, their laborious textual input process did pose challenges for music making. Instead, Mathews moved toward real-time systems, starting with the program Generated Real-Time Operations on Voltage-Controlled Equipment (GROOVE) around 1970 and later progressing to controllers such as his Radio Drum. Computer Music Journal Volume 41 Number 2 weiterlesen
The Musical Quarterly Volume 99 Issue 2
The Musical Quarterly, founded in 1915 by Oscar Sonneck, has long been cited as the premier scholarly musical journal in the United States. Over the years it has published the writings of many important composers and musicologists, including Aaron Copland, Arnold Schoenberg, Marc Blitzstein, Henry Cowell, and Camille Saint-Saens. The journal focuses on the merging areas in scholarship where much of the challenging new work in the study of music is being produced. The Musical Quarterly Volume 99 Issue 2 weiterlesen
American Music Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2017
Special Section: Papers from the Frederick Loewe Symposium in American Music
We composers create our music for many reasons, personal and otherwise. If we are asked why we compose, many of us might tell you that making an order of sound in time and space (composing) is our most authentic and direct way to communicate. Some of us might add that not composing would put us out of communication with ourselves and the world at large. And so we compose music, lots of music, in myriad genres for myriad purposes. We composers have one thing in common: we know that for any music to be heard, there has to be an audience, whether it is Milton Babbitt’s audience of one or a more typical audience of many. American Music Volume 35 weiterlesen
Latino Resiste presents Oroshy Aquecimento
Oroshy is the brainchild of Kin Rocha aka Dj Kin, one of Sao Paulo’s most prolific producers who has getting a lot of attention for his unique fusion of elements.
He gets the favela vibe right; but it is subtle enough to make it perfect for dancefloor appeal without losing the underground sound while keeping a world-centered sound.
His music blends Middle Eastern music with funk carioca, Brazilian bass with moombahton, Western with Eastern, all of it together, but still sounds very Brazilian. Oroshy Aquecimento weiterlesen