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This is an introduction to "programming languages" for musicians. Possibly of m ore interest: "programming languages for musicians." Have a look at ChucK (http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/), Pure Data (http://puredata.info/) and SuperCollider (http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/). The latter is Radiohead's language of choice. Of the three, ChucK is the easiest to get started with.
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From On Some Faraway Beach: The Life and Times of Brian Eno by David Sheppard: "...Island Records continued to promote him as a rock star package, even agreeing to finance a (then rare) promotional video based on an idea by, and co-starring Judy Nylon. She would recall it fondly in a 2001 interview with 3am magazine: 'Somewhere in the vaults at Island, there is an early seventies video of me and Polly Eltes performing my guitar Kama Sutra, edited to the typewriter sound on Taking Tiger Mountain, then played back on a pyramid of old TV sets with Eno in a beret standing in front singing his vocal. This was pre-MTV. I would love to see it again; it must be hilarious.'
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2011 on Eno's "China My China" at WFMU's Beware of the Blog
A more convincing example: Kristin Hersh's Crooked for the iPad (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kristin-hersh-crooked/id398950554).
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Great ad for a powerful notion. Also, you look like a rock star! You should consider updating your blog photo with a still of you about to cross the road...
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