Tuesday, November 16, 2004

eComp piece close to finished

My second composition for the class is a setting of a poem by Allen Ginsberg: Nakasaki Days IV - Everybody's Fantasy, for voice and tape. Until tonight, I had only set the first stanza, but after doing some work this evening in the eComp lab, I brought it to a state of pseudo-completion. I'll probably go through it again later and spice up the texture, perhaps with some deep bass stuff. For now, it is quite demonstratable, which is good, because I haven't played anything in that class in a couple weeks.

Once I finish this for real, it is likely that I will place it on my xenharmonic improv site. I'll let you know when that happens.

dreams of buzzelling,


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