[jmsl] JMSL Scores using JSyn

Java Music Specification Language jmsl at music.columbia.edu
Fri Dec 9 18:48:48 EST 2011


haha go ahead, we'll try to keep it a secret from James.
Nick

On 12/9/2011 6:25 PM, Java Music Specification Language wrote:
> Very nice. I count 64 64th notes in the first measure. I like the half step vibration. I am going to use that somewhere unless you copyrighted it.
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> John Clavin
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> And another one hot off the presses.
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> Jame Paul Keary
> https://files.nyu.edu/jpk349/public/BeachDayScore_v1.html
> Real cool sound design
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> Thanks
> Nick D
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> On 12/7/11 10:22 PM, Java Music Specification Language wrote:
>> Hello JMSL and JSyner's
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>> A few of my Java Music Systems students at NYU turned in scored pieces
>> using JMSL+JSyn that I think deserve honorable mention (and at least a
>> listen).
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>> Check them out...
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>> Ian McNally
>> https://files.nyu.edu/imm238/public/javamusic/score.html
>> Lansky-esque
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>> Ryan Scott Mallen
>> https://files.nyu.edu/rsm381/public/
>> Short piece, works well with "Loop" checked
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>> Andrew George Lection
>> https://files.nyu.edu/agl292/public/Applet05.html
>> Turn volume down
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>> Thanks,
>> Nick Didkovsky
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