Well, donated by interested Zimbabwean Maoists. I also found an old M-Audio Radium 49 which seems to do MIDI input on Vista, so now I have to decide which tunes to do first. A Wesley Willis tribute seems in order. Has anyone got transcriptions of his texts or of Casio keyboard riffs? I guess the latter must be with Casio engineers.
- MuseScore: open source notation software
I’ve got an old Sibelius CD down in the warehouse, but I couldn’t be ar*ed to find and fetch, and it probably wouldn’t work on Vista anyway. So … I had a look around and installed MuseScore, a free, open source competitor for Finale Notepad (which incidentally now costs $10). David Bolton does a head-to-head …
- Karaoke with a virtual street organ
A little experiment, featuring “Tulips from Amsterdam”, “Hungry, hungry” from Dr Seuss, and “When you are old and grey” by one of the authors of “Random walks with restraining barrier as applied to the biased binary counter.”
- London’s River Lea and Waltham Forest in Drayton’s 1622 Poly-Olbion
Now you see ’em, now you don’t.
- 1,653 piano rolls online at the Spanish National Library
Audio and scans, but no MIDI.
- Baroja joke about unread readers
And don’t give me any of that “rereading” shite, you illiterate swine.