recorded music: two performers on one Balinese bonang, distorted
Variations on a Poem by Sarah Hale
Radio Canada (found)
Radio Canada (short version)
recorded using old headphones as an old mic on an old radio
Morning, Ubud, Bali (found)
recorded in the mid-morning from a terrace overlooking the town
recorded music: electronic 'remix' of Buena Vista Social Club's “Pueblo Nuevo'
On a G String
piano and electronics
recorded music: for an eight part MIDI ensemble with square wave lead
On Green Dolphin Street, arrangement
for trumpet, alto sax, trombone, guitar, keyboard, contrabass, and drums
for reduced Sundanese gamelan ensemble: rebab, two sarons, gambang, peking, panerus, bonang
for baritone and piano, a setting of the poem 'Autumn' by Siegfied Sassoon
for soprano, piano, and contrabass, a setting of the poem of the same name by Christina Georgina Rossetti
for solo piano
for solo clarinet
for alto saxophone, keyboard, bass guitar, guitar, and drums
for three clarinets
for voice and electronics
Note: software directly connected to a composition is not listed here, but may be available in the composition list
A program for those interested in converting timbre to pitch information in realtime. Takes input from soundfile or from microphone. Outputs in MIDI pitch / velocity format. Useful for music/sound analysis and for converting sounds to musical notation.
A virtual concertina/accordion/bayan. You can choose your finger mapping to allow your computer keyboard to be used like a variety of different folk instruments. Optionally, use your mouse to control the bellows!
Co-designer of this software project. Please see the website for more information.
The Sonatron Project
This project aims to bring a music video game to the table that is not only entertaining to play, but that harbors the potential for deep musical experiences and music making. Initial development began in Pd, but stalled after switching into the Unity game engine. I hope to return to this project at some point. Nonetheless, the early Pd source files are available here for the occasional person who may be interested. This rough Pd version works only on OS X and Linux, with no guarantees.