Yow! Time for a small but useful change in my web presence. A full collection (well … fullish) of my music is now to be found on a brand new blog, Oscillations & Tunemania. Several pages of goodies, some new and some suspiciously vintage. Click on over, won’tcha?


9 thoughts on “My Music

  1. Hi Jim–I did listen to and enjoy several of your pieces. Nice work! I’m definitely going to come back and check out all of your blog entries and go to your other site too.
    I’m in the process of writing you a long email, particularly regarding the great “Csound beginner” debate.

  2. Really great pieces you’ve got here. I’ve got a friend who’s very talented with MIDI… I’m going to send him here to have a listen.

    “Cooking with Gravity” reminds me a lot of my favorite band’s material 9ALan Parson’s Project)

    Great stuff!!!

  3. Jim,

    Your music is wonderful. My two pieces that grab me at first listen are The Swan and Peace in Palistine. Awesome – all of them. I like what you wrote about acoustic playing and the physical engagement in making music. Great piece of writing, that unpublished chapter.

    Lots of stuff on your web and blog. I’m not done reading, listening and looking around here by any stretch. Thanks for sharing your stuff.


  4. hello, i quite enjoy your music, but i was also wondering if you could share with me where you got the little widgets, as i’d like to host some of my own. thank you.

    1. By now I don’t remember where I got them, but they’re a WordPress widget. Or maybe I got them from my friend David. The code looks like … well, I’ll munge it so you can read it. It would look sort of exactly like this, except replace anything in angle brackets with an actual thing. The word “audio” should be printed as shown:

      (open square bracket)audio(space character)(url where the mp3 is stored)(close square bracket)

      My mp3s are hosted on my own website. It’s possible WordPress has storage space for audio now … dunno.

      Try it and let me know if it doesn’t work.

    1. Oh, all sorts of stuff. FL Studio and Cubase, sometimes Reason. u-he Zebra 2 and ACE, Spectrasonics Omnisphere and Stylus RMX, NI Battery 3 and FM8, Rob Papen Predator, AAS Lounge Lizard 3, the list goes on.

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