Re: musicalexemes (was Re: Interesting Words)
|From:||Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 7, 2001, 20:38|
On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, William Annis wrote:
> >From: J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>
> > Yepyep, those are 2 of my creative "obsessions" as well... I have an
> >Ensoniq ASR-X Pro tuned to an unequal, non-Just Intonated, non-octave scale
> >system based on a Tibetan scale and an Indonesian "Pelog" scale.
> I tend to go more for Persian and Arabic tuning systems, but
> develop my own scales regularly, too. I have an EMU Proteus 2000
> which has retuning abilities (only 1.5 cents accuracy, though), but my
> main synth is Reaktor (www.native-instruments.com) a software synth of
> incredible power.
My main synth is a Formanta FAEMI-1M made at the Kachkanar radio factory
in USSR, and with it I don't need to invent new scales, because the
oscillator is so unstable that it does it automatically for me every hour
or so. Apart from that I use a Juno-60, a Pro-One and a Soviet drum
Now I must run and look at this...
> > Neat-O... my ConArtLang Lego is also moving along these vectors...
> >William, can you share with me your musical term word-list? In return, any
> >developments I come up with I will share with you. Anyone else wanna ...
> ><reply offlist, please>
> Well, my list is mostly on paper at the moment. In a few
> days, I'll have a link to the musical vocabulary off the main Vaior
> page (http://www.execpc.com/~wsannis/vaior/).
Feel free to mail me
> about that, or even join the mailing list. You can see an early
> version of the doc at http://www.execpc.com/~wsannis/vaior/noro.html.