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Just a note to confirm that while the Disquiet Junto continues to flourish on SoundCloud.com, we're not really using the Discussion section of this group. The current interface doesn't promote it sufficiently. You can reach me, the moderator, at email@example.com if you need anything. A lot of commentary takes place on Twitter (around the twitter.com/djunto and twitter.com/disquiet accounts), and in the comments to the individual tracks.
In London this Friday?
http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/f/friday-late/ friday late event at V&A exploring music and technology....Free entry but a really pricey bar. PM my soundcloud account if you want to meet up. Still anticipating a disquiet london sometime ...
The 105th weekly project — the first of 2014 — has begun:
The 100th weekly project has begun.
The 98th weekly project has begun. The theme is "woven audiobiography."
@David Wilkins: So glad it is of interest. People have been using different approaches, several software-based, which I note at the following post, which includes mention of your approach:
Thanks for this project, one I can do! As it relates to a technique I have been using for many years, I have used that matrix for the text-to-music note conversion. Basically I start with the first seven letters A through G, then assign the next letters to the 'black notes'. Start again with M as A, and repeat. This follows the spirit of the project, if not the exact letter as given, that is consecutive chromatic notes starting on A. Have any other members used this setup?
Use of these discussion boards has fallen off significantly since they have lost presence in the SoundCloud user interface, but I do try to remember to mention the start of a new project. Number 97 has begun.
The 94th project has begun.
The 92nd project has begun.
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