An interest of mine since the bleeps and tape loops on my first Morton Subotnik album, electronic music is even more interesting from the creation side. Today a personal computer can do most of what you need to make state-of-the-art electronic music. Since my interest dates from the pre-computer era, I am constantly amazed at what current capabilities exist for home electronic music creation.
I use Cakewalk SONAR, Notion and Neurotron PhotoScore software with one or more external synthesizers for my work (well.. hobby really).
And most of my pieces are re-arrangements of baroque or classical music scores. I am particularly fond of theme and variation works. I’ve posted some works on SoundCloud.com under the user name “Norwich“. But, you don’t have to go there as I’ll embed them below.
A. Scriabin: Poeme Satanique
Carnival of Venice – Variations
P. Tchaikovsky: Melodie from “Souvenir” Op.42
A. Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto in E Minor
C. Saint-Seans: Danse Macabre
J. Pachelbel: Variations on the Chorale “Werde Munter, Mein Gemuthe”
Variations on the popular song “Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?”
J. Pachelbel: Canon in D
J. S. Bach Cantata BWV 29
A. Baumbach: Beautiful Dreamer with Brilliant Variations
J.S. Bach: Organ Concerto in A Minor
J.S. Bach: Chorale “Ich Ruf Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ”
A. Mozart: Six Variations
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