Re: Overheard from oz-computer ... (fwd)


Subject: Re: Overheard from oz-computer ... (fwd)
From: Yves Gigon (ygigon@CAM.ORG)
Date: Mon Mar 29 1999 - 09:17:19 EST


Kevin, do you have some URLs for that?

Yves Gigon
ygigon@cam.org
http://digital.concordia.ca/dfar450/Yves/index.html

> FWD (with edits)
>
> Kevin
> kaustin@vax2.concordia.ca
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> From: IN%"oz-computer-music@anu.edu.au" 28-MAR-1999 17:48:56.38
> To: IN%"oz-computer-music@anu.edu.au" "Australian Computer Music list"
> Date: Mon, 29 Mar 1999 09:47:25 +0900
> From: Tim Kreger <Tim.Kreger@anu.edu.au>
>
>
>>I have been doing some stuff makinf Supercollider playable via Java applets
>>over the www. So people can dial in and compose in realtime. Am using it
>>as part of a concert in the states in MAY.
>
> Sounds great, can you let me know when thats up and running, I have a
> student here who is exploring that area he would be very interested in your
> work. Have you seen JSYN? It's a java enviroment by Phil Burke whos the guy
> who co-wrote HSML and JFORTH and many other early computer music stuff.
>
> It's worth checking out, although it's in it's early stages it looks pretty
> impressive and is moving towards a Supercollider type model of synthesis
> with GUI.
>
>
> Keep in touch
>
> Tim
>
>
>
> Tim Kreger EMail: Tim.Kreger@anu.edu.au
> Lecturer in Computer Music Ph: 61-6-249-5642
> Australian Centre for the Fax: 61-6-247-0229
> Arts and Technology SNail: GPO Box 804,
> Canberra, ACT
> 2601 Australia



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