I'm doing it, folks. I'm chanting the incantations necessary to summon v3.0.0 of mastodon to linernotes.club
Hold on loosely, but don't let go.
Since @evilchili brought up the birthday of this album, here's a nice breakdown of some of the recording techniques and equipment behind Portishead's "Dummy"
Warning: contains lots of ads
So while linernotes.club was down, Mr. Bungle reformed. At the time of writing, it's still unclear if there's a connection. #MrBungle
Computational Musicology In #Python
....and, thanks to the rapid repair work of @trwnh our linernotes dark theme is back in action!
for now, I'd recommend fumbling your way to the settings and switching to one of the default web themes until I can get this fixed. sorry for the inconvenience!
Hey, y'all, I fell asleep before I got to this last night, so I will be re-scheduling this activity to whenever I get home from the $daygig today...
On 22nd February, two of my pieces will be sung at Evensong at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. One is my Nunc dimittis, the other is my setting of 'Christ has no body now on earth but ours' by Teresa d'Avila.
Music list available to download from https://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/cathedral-services-and-events/services-and-music-list
Sheet music for my pieces is available free online, thanks to my generous patrons.
A little preprint scholarship to enjoy over your morning stimulant of choice:
Toward a standard model of musical improvisation - https://psyarxiv.com/w5b3r/