PLOrk: Yet more music made with computers.
September 16, 2006 7:43 PM   Subscribe

PLOrk is the Princeton Laptop Orchestra, a group of students each wielding a laptop synthesizing multiple instruments. PLOrk makes recording of concerts and on-air performances available online.
posted by monju_bosatsu (3 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I'd be in love with this if the pieces weren't so abstract.

It still is an embodiment of a dream of mine: a band consisting of performers using purely digital instruments.
posted by blastrid at 12:59 AM on September 17, 2006

Princeton Soundlab is also home to the highly excellent ChucK, a computer music and livecoding language, and the Audicle, an editor for that language. (my chuck tutorial).
posted by ravelite at 1:54 PM on September 18, 2006

I'd be in love with this if the pieces weren't so abstract.

I always love this: It's so great the computers allow you to do ANYTHING with music.

[5 minutes later]

OK, from now on could we just stick with pieces in 4/4 and C major with I, IV, and V chords? Everything else bugs me, thanks.
posted by flug at 7:56 PM on September 20, 2006

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