Subject: Re: Virtual Concerto
From: Eliot Handelman (email@example.com)
Date: Sat May 08 2004 - 17:33:24 EDT
Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:
>At 01:55 PM 5/7/04 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>In answer to Eliot's question (maybe)--George Lewis wrote a program called
>>Voyager that allows a musician to improvise with a computer. Don't know for
>>sure, though, that this is what he used for the Virtual Concerto.
>He discusses it briefly in his Kalvos & Damian interview (http://kalvos.org/).
Ok, I gave it a listen!
Unfortunately he don't say much of it -- it's complex, the code runs 180
pages, but still
I'm clueless as to what it does. Anything out there with just voyager
G's "airplane" stories threw me back to a few summers ago, when I met
him at Richard
Teitelbaum's. I had never heard of him before. Some people were asking
him about a jazz
fest he'd just been to, and someone put on his latest recording, jazzy
sounding piano music.
So I asked him if he was a jazz musician, which proved not to be a
Related, I'm also looking for some material on Xenakis' program gendyn
-- I know someone made
a windows version some years ago, but the relevant links all seem dead.
If anyone has information
I'd be most grateful.
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