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colinwalker
colinwalker

@MrHenko Thanks. I’m glad you liked it.

2017-10-12 10:32 pm
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MrHenko
MrHenko

@colinwalker Thanks! Really interesting sounding.

2017-10-12 5:32 pm
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MrHenko
MrHenko

@colinwalker Thoughtfull post! I liked it.

2017-10-12 5:32 pm
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colinwalker
colinwalker

@MrHenko Here's mine - Part 2 is the one I mentioned but there's also Part 1 as a bonus. It's crazy to think they're 17 years old now!

2017-10-11 2:09 pm
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colinwalker
colinwalker

@MrHenko I’ve not read the article yet. Eno has done both, loops and generative. I hear you on whether you’re “the composer”. I wrote a post about that after Eno released Reflection. I’ll have to get mine online

2017-10-11 11:48 am
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MrHenko
MrHenko

@colinwalker Thanks! :) But I don't know if I should really say I wrote something in this case. More like I setup some ground rules and tweaked sound. Anyway, it was great fun to do. Did you read the article that I based my experiment on? What you did sounds a lot like Brian Eno's technique. Do you have your piece available online for listening?

2017-10-11 10:58 am
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colinwalker
colinwalker

@MrHenko That’s really interesting. I’ve never written any generative music but once wrote a piece composed of 5 sections of different lengths that all looped and overlapped giving a varied output. It was 19 minutes but I worked out it could have gone for hours without repeating.

2017-10-11 9:12 am
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MrHenko
MrHenko
Sunrise (Draft 01) blog.henrikcarlsson.se
2017-10-11 9:04 am
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