Re: OT: Programmed/Hand made music (was: Random word generators (was Re: Worthwhile Engelang Goal))
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, June 9, 2005, 11:35|
SHOOT! I hit the send key too early.
Henrik Theiling <theiling@...> writes:
> > They also don't choose what sounds go into each song. ...
> I'd love to see the hard disks of some of the electronic music artists.
> E.g. 'Deutsch Nepal' must have a very strange collection of sounds.
...have..., not ...must have... (they do have strang sounds, I mean. :-))
> > it's kind of like what I did with Kelenala. Kelenala is a
> > language I created from a wordlist. Anybody can create a language
> > from this wordlist, and the result will be different. There is no
> > grammar: You use the words to create a grammar.
But then, it's not so much a language than a language puzzle or
construction kit. You could not use it to communicate without a
grammar, of course.
> > In addition, though, the umbrella term "electronic music" covers a
> > *whole* lot of stuff that's far different from the typical dance/
> > techno stuff you hear at clubs.
That's the part I don't listen too, actually. I like more innovation,
as you put it.
I'll check out that band you mention! :-)