6 posts tagged with music by cortex.
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Endless Jingling

Endless Jingling: an elf singing randomly generated holiday music, forever and ever. Reload for a new combination of carols. Spiff up and/or ruin holiday parties as needed. [more inside]
posted by cortex on Dec 15, 2014 - 7 comments

Monotoning Music with Echo Nest Remix

I got an idea a while back to try and automatically "monotonize" music using the Echo Nest Remix library. This is a presentation and explanation of my initial process and some of the more interesting examples I've produced using the script I wrote. See for example Comfortably Numb as a one-chord song or Suzanne Vega's favorite note. [more inside]
posted by cortex on Aug 9, 2010 - 10 comments

Nine Inch Niles - The Seattleward Spiral

A bizarre auto-mashup album I made today using Echo Nest Remix: it's a frankensteinien reconstruction of The Downward Spiral using only a few minutes of audio from the show Frasier.
posted by cortex on Jun 4, 2010 - 17 comments

Inchoatery, an album by Josh Millard

I spent the month of February writing and recording a rock album, as part of the RPM Challenge. It's done and I'm pretty proud of what I pulled off. It's available for streaming and download on my new music site, music.joshmillard.com, and there's a bunch of album notes available on the site as well.
posted by cortex on Mar 1, 2010 - 5 comments

Josh Millard, Musician

My new music blog and archive. I've spent the last several weeks collecting and organizing several hundred recordings I've made by myself and with others in the last fourteen years or so, and this is the result. [more inside]
posted by cortex on Feb 1, 2010 - 7 comments

Manifests - an album from Josh Millard

I recorded an album in February (as did a few other folks), and I've put together a site to house it. There are song pages with lyrics and background (e.g.); I've scanned my notebook for the month and provided some how-I-work commentary; and there are some drawings to accompany the whole thing as well. The album is available to for listening and download from the site. Please tell all of your powerful and influential music-industry friends.
posted by cortex on Mar 21, 2007 - 0 comments

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