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  • DVD Program Notes

Sound and Video Anthology

Video and Computer Music Compositions (Thor Magnusson, Alex McLean, Nick Collins, Curators)

• Track 1 (m4v 13.5 mb) Overtone – Sam Aaron - 4:04

• Track 2 (m4v 12 mb) blind date – Pd~graz - 2:00

• Track 4 (m4v 7 mb) sdfsys2min – Samuel Freeman - 1:59

• Track 5 (m4v 8 mb) Short Variations on a Quartet Theme from Ravel – Graham Coleman - 4:06

• Track 6 (m4v 12 mb) Life – Evan Hanson - 1:07

• Track 7 (m4v 6 mb) The Waiting Room – Mark Havryliv and Josh Mei-Ling Dubrau - 2:59

• Track 8 (m4v 6 mb) Chuck CMJ Quarks – Scott Hewitt - 3:00

• Track 9 (m4v 2.5 mb) Do sinusoids dream of electr(on)ic sweeps – IOhannes m zmölnig - 1:00

• Track 10 (m4v 4 mb) Quoth – Craig Latta - 2:47

• Track 11 (m4v 26 mb) Lemuriformes (excerpts) – lemuriformes (Julie Dassaud, Eliad Wagner, Roel van Dooen, Laurens van der Wee) - 2:59

• Track 12 (m4v 29 mb) Bal des Ardents – Benoît and the Mandelbrots - 5:57

• Track 13 (m4v 29 mb) Show us Your Screens – Davy Smith and Louis McCallum - 8:00

• Track 14 (m4v 41 mb) Fourfold – No Copy Paste - 3:54

• Track 15 (m4v 3.7 mb) Less than a Minute for CMJ (v4) – Miquel Parera Jaques - 0:47

• Track 16 (m4v 23.6 mb) Untitled 12 – Michele Pasin - 3:29

• Track 17 (m4v 5 mb) Movement 1 - Pärt – Alex Ruthmann - 2:58

• Track 18 (m4v 7.5 mb) Impish Grooves – Ben Swift - 3:00

• Track 19 (m4v 6.5 mb) Live Writing with the Rumentarium – Andrea Valle - 1:00

• Track 20 (m4v 75 mb) Dupin's Spaceship – Graham Wakefield and Wesley Smith - 5:00

• Track 21 (m4v 94 mb) Improvisation – Matthew Yee-King (live coding), Finn Peters (alto flute) - 9:19

• Track 22 (m4v 8 mb) Percussion Improvisation – Renick Bell - 3:03

Video and Sound Examples from Computer Music Journal Articles

• Track 23 (m4v 18 mb) Sound Examples – Carlos Agon, Jean Bresson, and Marco Stroppa - 18:28

• Track 24 (m4v 1.6 mb) Sound Examples – Niklas Lindroos, Henri Penttinen, and Vesa Välimäki - 2:20

• Track 25 (m4v 21 mb) Sound Examples – Christopher Ariza - 36:28

• Track 26 (m4v 13.8 mb) Video Examples – Alexandre Bouënard et al. - 4:24

• Track 27 (m4v 10.6 mb) Sound Examples – Oliver Brown - 11:58

• Track 28 (m4v 60 mb) Video Example – Ajay Kapur et al. - 6:38

• Track 29 (m4v 37.4 mb) Video Example – Laura Maes, Godfried-Willem Raes, and Troy Rogers - 6:03

• Track 30 (m4v 80.5 mb) Video Example – Sasha Leitman - 5:09

Additional Content (DVD-ROM)

• Track 31 (zip 19 mb) Sound Files – Freya Bailes and Roger T. Dean

• Track 32 (zip 8 mb) Data Files – Ofer Dor and Yoram Reich

Part One: Thor Magnusson, Alex McLean, Nick Collins, Curators

Curators' Note

[Editor's note: The curators attempted to write their Note in a collaborative, improvisatory fashion reminiscent of live coding, and have left the document open for further interaction from readers. See the following URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ESzQyd9vdBuKgzdukFNhfAAnGEgLPgLlCe Mw8zf1Uw/edit?hl=en_GB&authkey=CM7zg90L&pli=1.]

Alex McLean is a researcher in the area of programming languages for the arts, writing his PhD within the Intelligent Sound and Music Systems group at Goldsmiths College, and also working within the OAK group, University of Sheffield. He is one-third of the live-coding ambient-gabba-skiffle band Slub, who have been making people dance to their algorithms across Europe since 2001. Alex is janitor of many organizations including TOPLAP, POTAC, dorkbotsheffield, and the placard headphone festival. Further details are found on his Web site (yaxu.org).

Thor Magnusson is a musician/ writer/programmer working in the fields of music and generative art. His PhD from the University of Sussex focused on computer music interfaces from the perspective of philosophy of technology, phenomenology, and cognitive science. He is a senior lecturer in the School of Art and Media at the University of Brighton. Thor is a co-founder and member of the ixi audio collective. With ixi he has written a variety of musical software and given workshops and talks at...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1531-5169
Print ISSN
0148-9267
Pages
pp. 119-137
Launched on MUSE
2011-12-02
Open Access
No
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