Eliane Radigue was an early experimental electronic composer – now re-visted in Europe as a mastermind of early sonic adventures – one fabulous product of that rediscovery is the number of videos now on youtube featuring her work.
This is a great idea from Make Noise – a Modular system that is somewhat standardized for which they have produced several albums and publish patch sheets etc – the idea that you develop a community around an instrument is not common in the Eurorack space but makes a lot of sense in terms of working out what the possibilities are for the instrument as a performance tool.
I found these interesting discussions and particularly the comments about insecurity – I often feel like I know nothing when I start composing – when I did a lot of theatre, I intentionally forced everything out to start with a clean slate
OK so I don’t write that music music down in this form and I would probably want a lot of graphical freedom this app would not give me, but it looks way promising and I would certainly like to pair it with a iPad Pro and see what happens
This looks like a great option for multichannel playback for acoustic performances and also for installations
The Cymatic Audio Live Player LP-16 is the easiest to use direct from USB Playback System, offering a 16-track audio player, standard MIDI File Player, Footswitch Start and Stop, and dedicated software Playlist Editor. The LP-16 works as a dedicated multi-track player for live performances, while sparing users the hassles of using a laptop and computer audio interface in a live environment. It is perfect for backing tracks, virtual sound checks, triggering synthesizers or samplers, driving light shows and controlling devices.