Oscillator contest entry for 2009 from Brian Redfern. You can get the source code and Blue project file from http://tobiah.org/wiki/index.php/Brianwredfern
My first csound piece, created for submission to Tobiah's sinewave-only challenge on the csound mailing list. The orchestra is Tobiah's; score entered in vi.
Details at http://semiautomaticgroundenvironment.com/blog.php (16 May 2009).
In the 1990s I wrote a small study called "Half a Beast", on one note at 333Hz (performed at ICMC 1996). This current study follows the same ideas, only now a quarter beast. There are two notes, one after the other, and one pitch in the 4m30s that this sound continues.
Created as a contribution to Tobiah's "Sinewave compositions challenge", using a simple orchestra and a score written by a C program, available at http://codemist.co.uk/jpff/anotherq.c
Composed with Csound and Perl in 2001.
Dreaming of Spring is contrapuntally based song, written in 15TET for two Pseudo-Horns and one Pseudo-Bell. Done with Csound and blue.
This is a just intonation composition exploring some of the harmonic potential of a tuning consisting of 1/1, 7/6, 6/5, 4/3, 5/4, 7/5, 3/2, 8/5, 5/3, 7/4, 9/5, 11/6. Composed with Csound and blue.
Made with Csound as a sample based instrument able to play 53 tone equal temperament music. Scored for Vibraphone, marimba, clarinet, oboe, French horn, and finger piano.
Seven Black Cats is a microtonal song using instruments adapted for blue from Jacob Joaquin's EAST tutorial.
Huee is a short piece in 10et done with blue.
Same piece as was posted several months ago. The attached csd in the original had a fatal error which is corrected in this version.
Contrapunctus I is a study in the algorithmic generation of contrapuntal materials. It is written entirely in csound and is released under a creative commons license (see csd for full details).