Sunday, June 15, 2008

In a Landscape by John Cage

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This is a work in progress...

I have adjusted the tuning a bit. The Bb is now a 4:3 above the F, which makes sense. The B at the end has been updated to an 11:8 over the F, giving the last note a bit more bite. Both changes were only a single step in the 53 TET tuning, but they make a big difference.

Here is a graph of the function table I use to make the finger piano have a more robust sustain. It attenuates the attack, and increases the strength of the later parts of the sound.

More work to do on this.

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