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Published on Feb 13, 2009
Digital adaptation of the "mechanical piano" (also known as "pianola" and "player piano") ways of playing as imagined by Colon Nancarrow in his "Studies for player piano" (and George Antheil in "Le ballet mécanique") using two TENORI-ON(s) and various filters.
N.B.- These rehearsals are part of a series of solo pieces inspired by Nancarrow's works and John Cage's experiments for prepared piano.
See also previous video "Studies for two TENORI-ON(s)" on Create Digital Music: http://createdigitalmusic.com/2009/02... IF POSSIBLE USE HEADPHONES OR CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER TO A QUITE DECENT SOUND-SYSTEM.
Material in this video: - 2 TENORI-ON(s) - MI Audio Pollyanna Octave Synth - Moog Low Pass Filter (MF-101) - Moog Ring Modulator (MF-102) - Korg Kaoss Pad KP3 - Jomox M-Resonator - POG Polyphonic Octave Generator (Electro Harmonix) - Space Echo (Boss RE-20) *only reverb used here - Boss FV-500L (as expression pedal for LPF Resonance) - Boss FV-500L (as expression pedal for RM Frequency) - Boss EV-5 for Space Echo volume *not used here
See also http://www.youtube.com/odiolorgnette ........................................ Franck Smith Alternative digital technics Live Electronics Yamaha TENORI-ON MI Audio Pollyanna Octave Synth Moog Low Pass Filter MF-101 Ring Modulator MF-102 POG Polyphonic Octave Generator Electro Harmonix Moogerfooger Jomox M-Resonator Boss Space Echo RE-20 FV-500L EV-5 Studies for two TENORI-ON(s) Odiolorgnette Phonocrafting Noise manufacturing Zn'shñ John Cage Sonatas and interludes prepared piano Conlon Nancarrow player piano George Antheil Le ballet mécanique