Subject: MAX Digest - 6 Mar 1998 to 7 Mar 1998
Date: Sun, 8 Mar 1998 00:00:36 -0500
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There are 6 messages totalling 172 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Lexikon-Sonate
  2. How to realize timebrackets
  3. June Workshops in Computer Music at Oberlin College (2)
  4. pyrite
  5. Oberlin Workshops  URL error

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 15:02:35 +0000
From:    Thorsten Olscha 
Subject: Lexikon-Sonate

I downloaded the new Lexikon - Sonate 2.0.
Testing the new interactive possibility I was interested again in the
structure of the whole Sonate and some modules.
I would like very much a disscussion on the Lexikon-Sonate (technical and
 aesthetic)

Thorsten Olscha
 By the way:
What about the "pedal" In the Lexikon-Sonate? In my verion it is black. Do I
need to install a special file?

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 15:11:58 +0000
From:    Thorsten Olscha 
Subject: How to realize timebrackets

I am a composer and do hardly try to get in touch with MAX but its not as
easy
 as....
I try to realize "Timebrackets" (a sequence is not played as a fixed time
but
has a time to beginn and a time to end; and ending a beginnig may overlap)
with MAXs timeline.
But I dont know what is the best way?
Any suggestions?
I really tried hard and would be grateful for help
Thorsten Olscha

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 11:23:20 -0400
From:    GARY LEE NELSON 
Subject: June Workshops in Computer Music at Oberlin College

If you are a MIDI enthusiast or you use computers to make your
music, you may want to have a look at

        http://www.oberlin.edu/~consrv/Summer98/WECM.html

to see what Oberlin's Technology in Music and Related Arts
(TIMARA) Department is offering in its summer workshop.

We have been doing these workshops for over a decade and we
specialize in teaching hoppyists and musicians who are not traditional
trained.  Many of our students are visual artists or dancers as well
and musicians.  They range in age from 15 to 75!

Our web page has email addresses for more information but you can
email me at the address below if you have questions.

Gary Lee Nelson
TIMARA Department
Conservatory of Music
Oberlin, OH 44074
phone: 440-775-8223
fax: 440-775-8942
email: Gary.Nelson@oberlin.edu

PLEASE REPOST TO ANY OTHER INTERESTED LISTS

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 12:39:15 -0500
From:    Ed Hartley 
Subject: pyrite

A few days ago, someone mentioned the pyrite object in the context of
playing sequences backwards. Since my space/time continuum has been
traveling sideways recently, I'm curious to see what this object does. I
poked around the IRCAM ftp but couldn't find it. Where can I get my
hands (or at least my digits) on it?

Thanks

Ed Hartley

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 14:17:23 -0400
From:    GARY LEE NELSON 
Subject: Oberlin Workshops  URL error

The URL should be:

        http://www.oberlin.edu/con/summer98/WECM.html

Gary Lee Nelson
TIMARA Department
Conservatory of Music
Oberlin, OH 44074
phone: 440-775-8223
fax: 440-775-8942
email: Gary.Nelson@oberlin.edu
www: http://timara.con.oberlin.edu

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Date:    Sat, 7 Mar 1998 15:17:54 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: Re: June Workshops in Computer Music at Oberlin College

PLEASE REPOST TO ANY OTHER INTERESTED LISTS

        Just checking to make sure I'm comprehending this:

        The woman hid the knife in the WOODSHED.
        ([in response to the question, implied or stated: where'd the
        woman hide the knife?])

        Topic is what you're talking about: the woman hid the knife.

        Comment is what you're saying about it: she hid it in the
                                                        woodshed.

        Ground is what has already been said: that the woman had
                                a knife and hid it, but someone
                                wanted to know WHERE she hid it.

        FOCUS is the new element in the context of the conversation:
                                It's in the WOODSHED that she hid it.

        Comment includes the focus:
                        she hid it IN THE WOODSHED

        and Ground includes topic:
                        THE WOMAN hid a KNIFE  ([2 topics])

>PLEASE REPOST TO ANY OTHER INTERESTED LISTS

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