Within 6 hours, I rendered Csounds instruments from the Csound Catalog, I mapped the rendered samples in Kontakt 4, and then edited/mixed in Logic 9, as my main DAW.
If you have any questions, please e-mail me here: contact [at] yiannisioannides [dot] com. Thank you and enjoy!
The piece is called "Composition 12 - John 10 - The Good Shepherd, His Sheep, and the Strangers".
This composition is from a collection of compositions called "Chamber Music" by Kevin James, which is available for donation here: http://www.musicbykevinjames.com/chambermusic.cfm
The composition was composed using a music composition algorithm written by the author in Python. The algorithm is open source and is available here: http://www.musicbykevinjames.com/scorealgorithm1.py
This track is one of my pieces from my EP-491 project, "Csound in Dance Music." My goal was to create dance songs using exclusively Csound for any synthesis work. The ONLY sounds in this track that are not Csound are some very minimal vocals. Percussion, synthesizers, everything else come from completely original Csound instruments.
For my 6 Hour Composition Challenge I composed a Tech-House track. The DAW I used was Ableton Live. Every sound on this track comes from the Csound Catalog. I sampled the sounds using Live's Sampler.
During 6 hours I created this piece using Csound rendered samples, Kontakt Player 4, and mixing/editing with Pro Tools. This piece was for the 6-hour catalog composition contest, so please send any suggestions or comments to: mr (dot} austinstone [at} gmail (dot] com
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I created this piece of music in less than 6 hours using only sounds from the Csound Catalog.
I used kontakt as a sampler for many of the instruments and I used Pro Tools as my main DAW.
This is a very experimental piece, attempting creation of a tuning progression using 11-TET, 12-TET, and 13-TET in a repeating pattern. The sonic backdrop for this is a cellular automata based drone machine, which can be heard alone in the starting section. The drone is non-repeating and overlaps sections of the various tunings, blurring the transitions. The bell/piano-like tones are additive pseudo-harmonic and adjust timbre to the tuning. To further complicate the sonic spectrum a granular synth with some pitch randomization is added in the middle section.
Evan Allen - Csound 6 Hour Composition Challenge
This a piece based around the restraint of only using instruments from the Csound catalog, and the time limit of 6 hours. I wanted to create something that could show myself that I can compose and produce my own kind of music (progressive and electro house) with restraints such as this, and I think I achieved this.
This is my one minute note-list composition for Dr. B's Csound class. It's made from Etude instrument modifications and a few instruments built specifically for this project. This my first piece done in Csound that wasn't a simple instrument modification so it was a very exploratory experience and a fun one at that. I am including the .csd file for snooping around. Feel free to use/modify it however you would like. I hope you enjoy it.
Author: Raul Garza
I composed this piece by using only sounds from the Csound catalog. I rendered each sound and then I made the production in Ableton Live 7 by using only de Sampler instrument. I edited a lot the instruments and added Ableton effects. This is song was created for the 6 hours competition for Csound.