Re: [linux-audio-user] Note typesetting for Linux

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Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 - 9:13 pm

> From: Michal Seta [mailto:mis@creazone.32k.org]

http://www.stockhausen.org/ {In case you're not aware of it.}

I had the impression that synthesis and dsp were fairly well taken care of by traditional notation. {At least to the extent that dsp can be.}

> > Maybe we need to just skip the idea of any sort of representation outside of a song or audio file? If so... maybe we need to break with tradition a bit and make "song" files themselves provide a higher degree of functionality?

:} Therein' lies the rub. In order to describe much of my stuff you'd have to play it. It's as much about the sounds as it is anything else.

The sound file is the representation. Performance would be sort of redundant. ...Hence the visuals. {At least that's one justification... one is meant to be the basis {an aspect} of the other.}

Text does have its uses...

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