Re: Intuitive EA Proformance Practice Research


Subject: Re: Intuitive EA Proformance Practice Research
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Fri Oct 14 2005 - 01:19:15 EDT


dear CEC / CBC / BBC / ABC / ZBC

sounds like you are building some kind of rubber computer chicken(s) ? with no
ascii art allowed and composers afraid o jesting ? what will th birds have to sing
/ talk about ? ;-) a wink will do for ironing irony ) .... but what happened to th
conversation on Narrative & Semantics ? i was (also) happily following along ?

Mr. R. Nance said: But i'm still right and everyone else is wrong. I would add
some sort of smileyface thingy here, but there have been complaints lodged and I'm
not sure of the ironic smile.

Michael Berger escibé : PPS. Are ASCII emoticons forbidden in here? If so, please
accept my apologies.

what's dis eh ? does dat mean you folks won't compose in an Electroacoustic Hockey
Game against th folks from NASA / Corner Gas / Da Vinci's Inquest / WHEELieFUN
team at VAMS ? ps i sure am glad i wasn't being singled out for using too much
ascii art (101) or going off / on / off topic / line / list. whoo / woot ...

best regards, sylvi macCormac
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http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
siwash rock & soundscape composition
down hille wheel chair race w muscle wire & rubber bands
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WHEELS Soundscapes & CD Compilations (2006 / 08 / 10 )
Produced by sylvi macCormac with Conrad Burek
in consulatation with Colin Nairne & Jim Vallance

with voices of people with dis abilities and Dal Richard's
Big Band Bkwrds juried by folks from SOCAN / CBC / SLFA / SUN

http://www.disabilityfoundation.org VAMS
(Vancouver Adapted Music Society) with info & links
to Musicians, Composers, Adapted Technologies, Music Education, Web Conference

Rick wrote:

> That's where the muscle wire figures in. It's a fraction of the cost of motors.
> r
>
> On 10/14/05, Morgan Sutherland <skiptracer@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > This brings up an idea. Perhaps a keyboard with "forced feedback".
> > This would require lots of small motors however... or rubber bands.
> >
> > On 10/13/05, Rick <ricknance@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On 10/13/05, Richard Wentk <richard@skydancer.com> wrote:
> > > > At 18:33 13/10/2005, you wrote:
> > >
> --
> ======================
> Rick Nance
> De Montfort University
> Leicester, UK
> RickNance.org



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