Classical Music-Epic Symphonic Animation-Exuberance by Dunbar (Música Clásica)





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Uploaded on Oct 2, 2011

Animation of a new piece called "Exuberance" for string orchestra composed by Janet Dunbar. The entire video, audio and composition were created on computer. The computer graphics animation for this video was generated using the standard iTunes visualizer playing the music I wrote and realized with a host of music software.

WARNING: If you have a special kind of photosensitivity, visuals may cause seizures.

The Exuberance video was uploaded just a few days before the announcement that Steve Jobs had passed away. It has thus become my tribute to Mr. Jobs and to all the folks who made the iTunes visualizer(s) a reality. Back in my CCRMA algorithmic music programming days, I was privileged to use the NeXTSTEP operating system. (Jobs had been thrown out of the company he had helped to create and so NeXT Computer was born). The NextSTEP operating system was the precursor to MacOSX, having a similar user interface and running on top of BSD Unix/Mach kernel. At CCRMA NeXTSTEP OS initially ran on the NeXT black hardware. When that hardware inevitably died, NeXTSTEP ran on PCs provided by HP. The Objective C programming language that is now used for developing iPhone apps was already available in the NeXTSTEP environment.

Musique Classique: Animation.

Musica Classica: Animazione.

Klassieke Muziek: Animation.

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