Dane Law - Terrapins

Composition


Parkinson, A. (2020). Dane Law - Terrapins.
CreatorsParkinson, A.
Description

A series of algorithmic compositions further exploring some of the musical affordances of a computer.

These pieces show the development of an algorithmic performance system that imitates the gesture and style of a guitar player.

Keywordscomputer music; algorithmic composition; sound art
Date04 Dec 2020
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Audio
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All rights reserved
File Access Level
Open
Web address (URL)https://thedanelaw.bandcamp.com/album/terrapins
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One composition is provided here as an MP3, the rest can be streamed from https://thedanelaw.bandcamp.com/album/terrapins

Publication process dates
Deposited21 Dec 2020
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4. Dane Law - the jetty at connaught water RX1.mp3
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