Posts Tagged ‘ csound ’

Rhythms of Equality and Inequality

February 6, 2011
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Rhythms of Equality and Inequality

Today I unveil my very first statistical YouTube video! I will do anything to keep you statisfied, and if that means YouTube, then so be it. But first, some exposition: In Panama, 10 percent of the population owned 45 percent of the income in 2000, whereas the bottom 10 percent owned only 0.6 percent. How

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Listening for trends in US baby names over 130 years

January 25, 2011
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Listening for trends in US baby names over 130 years

What happens when you mash together R‘s data crunching magic, Festival‘s speech synthesis power, and the audio wonders of the venerable music language Csound? You fall even more in love with free and open-source software, and you start hearing sounds like this: A single beat of the above sound represents the top 1000 baby names

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AlgoCompSynth Reading List

October 21, 2009
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Gerhard Niehaus Algorithmic Composition: Paradigms of Automated Music Generation by Gerhard Nierhaus Iannis Xenakis Formalized Music by Iannis Xenakis Music and Architecture: Architectural Projects, Texts, and Realizations by Iannis Xenakis Harry Partc...

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