PyCon Poster 2014 music21

173 views

Published on

Published in: Software
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
173
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
6
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

PyCon Poster 2014 music21

  1. 1. Professor Michael Scott Cuthbert, MIT music21 project FabLab San Diego PyLadies San Diego San Diego Python User Group Canyon Crest Academy Music San Dieguito Academy Music OpenHatch The Ada Initiative Peter Pupping, Guitarist ELVIS project The GRAMMY goes to... Python Engaging students and musicians Carol Willing FabLab San Diego Working with music21 music21 EncoreGratitude PracticePrelude Inclusive “It’s not exclusive, but inclusive, which is the whole spirit of jazz.” — Herbie Hancock Education “So, you can’t stay in one place, no matter how comfortable that place is. It’s all about growing.” —Mavis Staples Universal “Music in the soul can be heard by the universe.” —Lao Tzu Communication Music is the greatest communication in the world. Even if people don’t understand the language that you’re singing in, they still know good music when they hear it.” —Lou Rawls Music education Ear training - GNU Solfege Music theory - music21 Music sharing Recognize difficulty of student’s sheet music “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities.In the expert’s mind there are few.” –Shunryu Suzuki Computer science education Python IPython notebook Visualization Fun - myro.chuck Encourages exploration Professional musicians and music research Collaboration Communication Rapid music development Rich ecosystem of open tools for computer music music21 is a set of tools to answer questions about music quickly and simply. Users can create, analyze, and share music with just a few lines of code. Music, like Python, brings us together into a community. Communication Courage Discipline Fun Passion Tolerance Concentration Confidence Ego and Humanity Creativity Engaging the next generation of computer scientists, musicians, and music lovers. “I think of music21 as being composed of two parts.The first is infrastructure, routines for reading, writing, and manipulating musical scores, while the second consists of a higher-level analytical toolkit—generating a Roman numeral from a chord and key, putting chords into normal form, checking for parallel fifths, identifying scales containing a given pitch or chord, and so on.” Bruce Tymoczko, Professor of Music, Princeton Create Notes Pitches Scales Chords Time signatures Clefs Measures Keys Expressions figure‑base parts twelve‑tone rows Musical parts Instruments Braille Corpora of works Transposition and much more OutputProcessing and manipulationInput

×