[linux-audio-user] Mac? Linux PC?
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Sun Mar 12 14:15:22 EST 2006
--- Jeremiah Benham <jjbenham at chicagoguitar.com>
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2006 at 02:15:47PM -0500, Rob wrote:
> > And by "composers", of course, you mean "composers
> who are also
> > computer programmers". None of the people I know
> in real life
> > who compose music are going to be writing Csound,
> CM or
> > Supercollider code to do what they want. The
> programs they do
> > use, like Live, Fruityloops and Cakewalk, are
> still way beyond
> > any compositional tools we have available to us
> under Linux,
> > with all apologies to the Pd, SSM and Rosegarden
> Most of the composers I know just use pencil and
> paper. Usually it is
> staff paper.
since 1960 (1940) things are changing much:
and, from 90´ till now, electronic concert music
composers are growing fast in number and more and more
active. Just some of them that are well known: Michel
Chion, François Belle, Unsuk Chin (recent one, I
havent listened to it yet) etc.
At the link above you can find samples of this.
We generally work with instrumental and electronic
music, and we do not always use note or a staff paper.
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