Towards a better way of making music
A few weeks back I was sitting with this group of music producers at the New York Philharmonic. We were looking at our laptop and I noticed something rather funny going on. Most people playing piano are using what is called “bowing” – they bend one finger to the left (to play a chord) and one to the right (to play a measure). But this guy was playing a simple chord, just a simple, straight, three note series of note to pitch.
We didn’t have a way of measuring this other than playing the chord, and the last thing anyone wanted to do is move their thumb around to the left, or put their hand down to play a measure, which is what we did. So we started looking into how to do such a simple chord using some computer programs and MIDI. I think I saw the word “program” in one of the speakers, and then we got talking about MIDI. I was curious if anyone had a way of making these chords automatically if the notes and the music sounded like this. I’m told to give it a quick test, and it seemed to work pretty well.
I’d love to know how a piano player could perform the chords and melodies on the screen and automatically do all the bends, etc. We have no idea if it would be possible to do, but I think it would be a neat exercise.
The FBI has offered a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a gunman believed responsible for an attack on Republican lawmakers at an airport in Egypt that killed six people last Thursday.
“As you may know, the FBI today issued a Statement of Reward (SOTR), offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman responsible for shooting Republican members of Congress at an airport in Egypt last Thursday, which resulted in the deaths of five Americans,” FBI Director James Comey said in a written statement.
Comey continued: “We have identified several members of congress as targets of a possible attack in our jurisdiction, and as we proceed with our investigation we will continue to focus our resources on identifying potential suspects and coordinating the development of a case for an indictment.”
The FBI had yet to say who would become the prime suspect in the attack and what the motive might have been.
Earlier, the FBI identified the attacker as Amedy Coulibaly, a 26-year-old French national
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