a collection of binary messages

a collection of binary messages is a piece that I put together for the annual MIDI Jamz concert hosted by Green Orpheus at Dartmouth College on Nov. 14th, 2012. The concert featured works from around the globe composed entirely from MIDI files of old or incomplete compositions. Here’s a link to a better description: Phillip Herman’s site

The piece was put together on a piano roll in Ableton Live. Inspirations for it include sound masses, MIDI piano samples, and drawing shapes in piano roll editors.

Listen to it here:

OR

Listen to the entire concert (…binary messages starts at 29:03):

If you’d like to download it, visit my bandcamp page.

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