This work is an exploration of a Zoroastrian text from The Zend Avesta, Part I, translated by James Darmesteter in1880.
Here is my latest composition; the score was created, edited, formatted, and otherwise made completely in Dorico. The piece also uses a Max Patch.
Here is one of my current projects. I have used Dorico to create the "score", and have created a Max/MSP patch to facilitate live performance. The only additional component I need to create is a backing track audio file in Logic, for use with the performance.
I am excited to announce the release of the ebook "Composer Cat". It features more than 20 of the most popular articles on Composer's Toolbox, and includes extra content. Pop on over and give it a read, and be sure to let me know what you think!
I make it a rule to not upgrade operating systems, but it seems that when I needed to do so, I quickly learned why I generally avoid it.
I was approached by the makers of Beat Painter to take a look into their web application. Beat Painter is an intriguing take on the old concept of a music visualizer. Borrowing from various visual artists, and coupling this with an innovative and modern way of realizing and operating (eg. using your computer's microphone, and... Continue Reading →