[directmusic] Re: directmusic Digest V4 #1

  • From: Matt Sanderson <modgeulator@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: directmusic@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 14:16:31 +1100 (EST)

It's very much built around exclusively DirectMusic-ey features that can't be 
recreated in Flash (secondary segments, audiopaths, transposition, tempo 
changes, sample banks, etc,etc). I think there is some sort of plugin 
architecture for Flash that allows it to be extended, so there's probably some 
way of integrating with Flash that way. I'm no expert on Flash...

John Glynn <johnglynn@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That is wonderful!! I wonder if if this could be done using actionscript in 
the flash? (Or at least accessed via actionscript in flash?)

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Subject: directmusic Digest V4 #1

> directmusic Digest Mon, 17 Jan 2005 Volume: 04 Issue: 001
> In This Issue:
> [directmusic] Bowlophone: interactive kaleidoscopic music pi
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> Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 18:20:15 +1100 (EST)
> From: Matt Sanderson 
> Subject: [directmusic] Bowlophone: interactive kaleidoscopic music 
> piece/toy/th
> Hi!
> For anyone who may be interested: I just wanted to announce a little music 
> project/composition I've put together using the DirectMusic/DirectXAudio 
> tools.
> The piece is essentially a collaborative jam between the original composer 
> of the various segments(me), the random choices of the computer and the 
> input of the listener/player.
> The listener presses buttons to alter the music in various ways, 
> interactively exploring the piece and discovering its possibilities.
> I don't really want to give away too many details as discovering what is 
> happening and how it is working is part of the whole experience.
> The music/scripts and DLS samples were put together in DirectMusic 
> Producer and the simple interface was coded in Visual C++.
> Feedback always appreciated.
> Cheers.
> http://members.iinet.net.au/~snderson/modgeulator/bowlophone
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