The Ball State University School of Music will hold it’s 38th Festival of New Music, March 20 – 22, 2008, featuring guest composer Thomas Wells, and guest performers Benjamin Sung and Jihye Chang. It’s a healthy dose of mostly regional new music, with a strong mix of acoustic and electronic offerings. More information, including a […]
If there is anyone still out there reading this, I’m making another run at restarting my blog. In fact, I’m making it my New Year’s Resolution, which almost insures its future failure. Right now I’m starting up a new semester of teaching (2 sections of music theory-20th century, one section of computer music-max/msp, and some […]
I don’t usually write about myself. Often, whenever I have something new that I’m finishing, the blog goes quiet. But a little self-promotion is in order, especially since readership of my blog recently spiked to double figures. (I’m still trying to figure out if there was a reason, or just mass hysteria.) This coming Monday, […]
BSU’s first Electronic Music (EM) concert is Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 8 pm in Sursa Hall. I’ve got a new work for bassoon and Max/MSP on the program. Faculty member Mike Pounds also has a piece on, along with some current and former student works. Stop by if you’re in the area.
processed_sound took a vacation this summer. Unfortunately, I didn’t take much of one. I did manage to finish a piece (Dynamic Couplings, written for my colleague Keith Sweger) and get it performed at IDRS 2007 at Ithaca College. I also ran across a few interesting topics during some rare reading times. Kyle Gann writes that […]