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Rehearsal Schedule, Saturday December 6th

Below are rehearsal times for tomorrow.  Please arrive a little early.  If you are not on the list (because you did not ask for a time) and you would like a slot, just come by and we will try to accommodate you.  If you cannot make your time or don't need your slot in the end, please let me know this ASAP.

I look forward to the concert!

10 - 10:10 - Ari Evans
10:10 - 10:20 - Matt Zumbelli, Howard Berman, and Adam Jackman
10:20 - 10:30 - Dan Dryden
10:30 - 10:40 - Eric Goldberg
10:40 - 10:50 - Jaime Tupino
10:50 - 10:55 - Evan Mulvihill
10:55 - 11 - Geoff Bomarito
11 - 11:10 - David Karr and Neal Murphy
11:10 - 11:15 - Cody Gault
11:15 - 11:30 - Bryan Sutermaster
11:30 - 11:50 - Kevin Martin
11:50 - 12 - Stephen Pazzano
12 - 12:10 - Ariyan Basu
12:10 - 12:15 - Malik Mack
12:15 - 12:20 - James Ballantine
12:20 - 12:25 - Andy Hall
12:25 - 12:30 - Jonathan Eckhause
12:30 - 12:40 - Joanne Chua
12:40 - 12:50 - Sebastian Heilpern
12:50 - 1 - Jackie Zdrojeski
1 - 1:10  Andrew Levy
1:10 - 1:20 - Scott Caldwell
1:20 - 1:30 - Brody Ehrlich
1:30 - 1:40 - Ebomie Greene
1:40 - 2 - Devin Conathan
2 - 2:10 - Joe Choniski
2:10 - 2:20 - Sarah Smith
2:20 - 2:30 - Ian Yen-Chu Che

Andre Abrahamian, come by earlier in the day and we can arrange to setup your piece.

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Holiday bonus assignment

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you.  I mentioned this "bonus" assignment in lecture.  Everything you need should be attached.  Unpack the .zip archive and you will see a file called "holiday_assignment.pd".  Open it and follow the explanation and hints.

I will post the solution on Tuesday morning before the 10:10 lecture, so for those who want to try, be sure you have it to me before then.  This will count for one replacement assignment or one additional assignment grade.

A working patch will print the following message in the PD terminal WHEN OPENED.  The leading "0"'s are less important than the message itself but they may privide another hint. The solution requires nothing we haven't discussed in the lecture or lab.

Enjoy!

 UPDATE: Solution now attached!

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Puredata session, 11/13

See attached.

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SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT

This Monday, November 10th, at 8PM, at No Radio Records (Ithaca, NY) we have a special treat.

Christian Weber, the renowned doublebass improviser from Switzerland
is currently doing a brief US tour, and he is playing in Ithaca.

Christian will be joined by Jesse Kudler, a well-known musician from
Philadelphia who works with tabletop guitar, electronics, shortwave
radios, and a whole assortment of gear and approaches.  The two will
be playing a collaborative duo set of improvised electroacoustic
music.

Local electronics improviser Aaron Phillip Tate will open the night
with a solo set.

Info:

Christian Weber - Doublebass (Switzerland)

Jesse Kudler - tabletop guitar, electronics (Philadelphia, PA)

Aaron Phillip Tate - electronics (Ithaca, NY)

 

No Radio Records
8PM
All Ages Welcome
$5 donation for the travelling musicians suggested (all money goes to
the touring musicians)

Christian Weber has recorded a stunning amount of music and has played
around the world for a number of years.  This is a rare chance to see
and hear him!

Christian's biography and touring history:
http://www.christianweber.org/bio.html
Christian's recorded work (it's enormous):
http://www.christianweber.org/disco.html

Jesse Kudler's site: http://www.white-flag.org/front.html
Jesse's Myspace page:
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=52709288

***Also, as folks who have attended our events in the past know, these
shows are always small, intimate, warm, and friendly gatherings.  The
musicians always enjoy talking with the audience aftewards, and new
faces as well as old friends are always very welcome!***

The show will be short.  Begins at 8PM, will be over by 9:30PM.

We would LOVE to see you, so if anything you find at Christian or
Jesse's websites sounds interesting, please stop by and say hello and
listen for a bit.

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Class materials for Music 6421, networking

Please see attached.

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Class 10-10-08 materials

Below you will find materials for our Thursday meeting session.  Download the attached .ZIP archive and "Extract" it to the Desktop or somewhere else convenient.  In addition to  our use of these materials together in class, you may wish to examine them on your own in the studio.

Class materials dowload

Note: One of the sample libraries included here ("glass") comes from freesound.org, an online sound archive that you can both download from and upload to; I encourage both.  The borrowed samples, in this case, require attribution for use.  See "details and attribution" within the "glass" subirectory contained in the archive.

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Audio for class

Here

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Assignment #1 online

For those who missed the end of class or left after the studio session, the details of your first assignment are online.  Assignment #1 is due by class time next Thursday.

Door access should also be active in beginning tomorrow afternoon.  Plan on starting your work over the weekend.  Studio signup will also be ready tomorrow.  See the site FAQ if you can't remember how to log in.  f you have password questions, please write to Eric directly.

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Welcome

This site is a resource for students to interact beyond the lectures and labs.  Students are encouraged to post their ideas in progress to be commented upon attaching sounds, tracks, patches, or software-specific files for others to listen to, look at, and learn from.  If attachment/upload is not feasible (because of file size or other constraints) feel free to tell us where we can listen (machine, folder, etc) or where else the work might be available.

Please direct any questions about studio functionality troubles (software, hardware, etc) as well as formal assingments to the forums.  This space is intended to be an informal outlet where musical ideas and experiences can be discussed.

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