[LAU] OT: printers
sevols.ear at gmail.com
Sat Sep 17 10:05:16 UTC 2011
On 9/15/11, Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 09:55:29AM -0400, Luke Peterson wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 6:25 AM, immanuel litzroth <ilitzroth at gmail.com>
>> > On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 12:12 PM, <maex at firstfloor.org> wrote:
>> >> is this now, a how to equip my computer list?
>> >> No, we eventually plan to use the printers to make music -- bear with
>> >> us.
>> > Immanuel
>> In that case, dot matrix is your best bet:
>> Rock Lobster and The Beautiful People, covered by robots of the same
>> creation, are musically cleaner, but this is the best demonstration of the
>> dot matrix "vocalist."
> Then, there is this, of course:
> Printer, scanner, and disk drives, all used as instruments.
Finally watched some thread links. Those machines kicking it
Radiohead-style w/array of disk drive speakers was nice!
As a side note & more OT, & I hope not too disappointing to you in
some way, I love your little synth piece, monosynthfun2-withb3.
When you posted it, I think you said you'd just knocked it out & felt
you'd played a bit sloppy or s/t, but I've listened a lot & love it.
To me, the piece has such a weirdly dreamy melancholy aspect that I
find it completely compelling & works as solo instrumentation. & w/a
nod to the b3, you managed a great sound & nice touch. I like
everywhere the song goes in the 2 or so minute duration. Wish I could
play 1/10th as well.
Actually, I didn't intend to say more than that that song's a mad
little pleasure for me.
Thanks for the link. I think I like the visuals on this more than the
piece. I've never quite fathomed Queen. But after a few listens I'm
starting to like this version.
& Hi James,
Thanks, too. I didn't know of her. Great sound & like the hardcopy
scores born w/the music. I'll check out s/stuff she has on myspace.
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