Agua de Beber by Antonio Carlos Jobim. This is only the first A section. Along with it is the CSD file.
1 Minute Note-list by Soongyo Kwon
This is my 1 minute note-list composition for Dr. B's Csound class.
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Thank you, Dr. b
This piece was written entirely with samples of instruments from the CSound catalog. The rendered samples were sequenced in Logic Pro with some digital processing using Logic's functions and plugins, Kontakt, and Battery by Native Instruments.
The gathering of samples, composition, and mixing were done in 6 hours.
This piece was written for the One-Minute Note-List Composition project for Dr. Richard Boulanger's Csound class at Berklee College of Music. There is a heavy use of randomizing opcodes, and automated filters and envelopes.
It has been a couple months since the composition, and for some reason there are clicks and pops when rendering the csd file that were not there before. Also, I accidentally switched the values for kr and ksmps, and the composition does not render properly when the values are correct (kr = 4410, ksmps = 10)
This is my submission to Dr. B's Six Hour CSound Challenge, titled "Just Us". I sampled sounds from the CSound Catalog, including those by Mikelson, Vargas, Smaragdis, and Comanjuncosas. Making a cameo is one of Comanjuncosas' 303 emulators, and some slices of one of Smaragdis' pieces I used Instances of Kontakt in Logic 8 to sequence the piece. I won Dr. B's stash of tea.
This is a simple short piece called "Falling Through Time" I did early on in Dr. Boulanger's CSound class. I made use of the foscil opcode and experimented with modulation using linen and expseg. I also used the vibes, crunch, and butlp opcodes. I also added global reverb and delay.
Pipyfm is a Fractal Xentonal FM song (it's THE hot microgenre) using the CM ratio of 1 to pi. The scale is a 17 note per octave scale created using the dissonance curve for the FM spectrum.
It uses only Modist (a simple ModFM synth), Freeverbw (a freeverb-based reverb), and the Channel Strip V1.0 equalizer.
This is my one minute note-list composition for Dr. B's Csound class. Nam Tok means "waterfall" in Thai. I worked with a sample of my voice, as well as the fof opcode, trying to recreate a human-sounding drone in the background.
(sample not included with csd file)
This is my 6 hour Csound catalog competition project for Dr. B's Csound class. I used instruments from the Cook, Lyon, and Mikelson collections. I altered some of the score files to get what I wanted, then rendered the files. I sampled them using both Battery and Kontakt in Logic... I sprinkled in some love and a cheesy modulation and this is what came out.
The attached audio is the result of my Six Hour Csound Catalog project. We were tasked to produce a piece using only renderings of instruments found in the Csound Catalog. I used instruments created by Josep M. Comajuncosas, Hans Mikelson, and John-Phillip Gather. All instruments were rendered in QuteCsound, normalized and tapered with Peak Pro 6, made into sample-instruments using Native Instruments' Battery and Kontakt, and finally sequenced and processed using Logic Studio 8.
The piece is called Impulse. I hope you enjoy it.