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I have finally got around to uploading the slides from my talk at the Science Gallery in Dublin last July. Obviously without the discussion to go along with them they are slightly out of context, but the general progression of the talk rooted the place of algorithmic systems in music history, then compared these ideas […]
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On July 29th, I gave a talk at the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin (as part of DATA and BioRhythm) about my project Radius Music, and a brief history of notational systems for music. For more information on the evening, visit: http://sciencegallery.com/events/2010/07/data-event-420 Slideshow will be uploaded soon.
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