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Friday, March 17, 2006

Blog Link Roundup


Radiohead bootleg cover video: Just (graffitti animation)

Creative Commons License Upheld by Dutch Court

hamhocks and henanigans

Warner Music sponsors CC-licensed mashup contest

WB band "Fort Minor" does Creative Commons remix contest

Music Based on Fibonacci Sequence and Stock Market

Audio files of The Rolling Stones making "Their Satanic Majesties Request"

Greg Fleischut's teenage folktronica and bluegrass

Feds bust Ryan Adams fans for leaking pre-release tracks

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3 Comments:

Blogger disrupt said...

The link on doing music with the Fibonacci sequence and the stock market data is great! Anyone saw / remembers the movie 'PI'? Same issue. Loved it back then, 1998. Had a promo sticker of it with the pi-symbol glued to my MIDI keyboard for a long time. Hoping some of those vibes would rub off into the music made with it... :)

1:19 PM  
Blogger Vitriolix said...

it is a cool idea. i've been meaning to do some serious experimentation with algorithmic music tied to statitistics drawn from naturally occuring phenominon for a while... my fiance has all these super sharp scientist stats skills from her work on her Ph.D that I should exploit... the trick is to come up with a dataset that has interesting trends that can translate into *good* music.

3:48 PM  
Blogger disrupt said...

THE dataset to start with is definitely the one from 'The Funkiest Year Ever'! Impossible to fail with that one - compressed funkyness itself in it! Simply download the Excel file there and import it into Ableton or whatever... Hehe. Yes, supercool idea. We only need to come up with a good way how to transform those data into sound now.

8:15 AM  

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