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New YorkCotton Patch Gospel Gospel musical with book by Tom Key and Russell Treyz, music and lyrics by Harry Chapin. Based on 'The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John,' by Clarence Jordan. Directed by Mr. Treyz.Once again, the story of Jesus provides the script for a contemporary folk musical.
The update imagines Deep South equivalents for the people and places of the Bible record. In his final work, the late Harry Chapin composed a beguiling country-music score to complement the spoken text.The concept and its stage realization are marked by a feeling of childlike belief, joy, and simple reverence. A sense of wonder comingles with an uninhibited sense of humor. The Jesus figure of this reenactment is a spiritually endowed young teacher and preacher from Valdosta, the circumstances of whose birth foreshadow his mission to come.
In the altered states of the 'Cotton Patch Gospel,' actor-narrator Key unfolds a scenario in which a latter-day Jesus faces circumstances, temptations, triumphs, and church-state trials patterned on the New Testament accounts. The Lord is born in a trailer because there is no room at the motel. The Holy Family flees to Mexico to escape Herod. Jerusalem becomes Atlanta, 'the Big Peach,' scene of the great big Bible meeting. Jesus is betrayed by a slyly treacherous 'Jud,' is lynched by a Klan mob, and returns to inspire his grieving disciples after his resurrection. Harry Chapin contributed a score to match the homespun eloquence of the text. Brother Tom Chapin serves as musical director.
The numbers are played and sung with zest and excellent musicianship by an onstage quartet inevitably billed as the Cotton Pickers (Scott Ainslie, Michael Mark, Pete Corum, and Jim Lauderdale). A fresh-faced young preview audience responded with special enthusiasm to such songs as 'Turn Around,' 'There Ain't No Busy Signals/Spitball,' 'Are We Ready,' and 'Jubilation.' Besides making his own vocal contributions along the way, the adept and likable Mr. Key plays all the major and incidental roles, from IRS tax man Matthew to 'Governor' Pilate, from a fiery backwoods 'John the Baptizer' to a good Samaritan in the person of a black truck driver.' 'Cotton Patch Gospel' thus adapts the New Testament to the age of rock music, convenience foods, religious commercialization, and even some honest, old-time religion. Directed by Mr. Treyz, the attractive production at the Lambs Theater was designed by John Falabella and lighted by Roger Morgan.
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The new Minimoog Voyager is a first class synth; every bit as elegant inlook as sound and quality. It is highly streamlined and offers all thefunctionality of a modern day (mono)synth with the classic, warm,unforgettable Moog sound. It WILL replace your original Minimoog (ifyou're lucky enough to have one). Signature models will become prizedpossessions for decades to come, and the Performer models will prove tobe major players in future of music to come!! It's being used byStevie Wonder, Maroon 5, the Crystal Method, Electric Skychurch,Duran Duran, Air, Morcheeba, Black Eyed peas, Nine Inch Nails, BluesTraveller, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dido, The Cure, Herbie Hancock, RickWakeman, Yes, Nickelback, Dream Theater, Paul Simon, Joy Electric, theNeptunes, Alicia Keys, CeeLo Green, Madonna, Incubus, FUN, Radiohead, Bjork and more!
The Xenharmonic Wiki is an online knowledge base relating to microtonal music and tuning theory. For a few years a bunch of us from the community have used the Xen Wiki to maintain a list of software plugins that you can use to make microtonal music in the DAW.
This week the list has been updated because of wonderful developments happening in the music technology world that will allow composers to more easily make microtonal music with a wide variety of synths and virtual instruments. That development is the widespread adoption of MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE). Widespread MPE support means that new tuning tools can be developed which systematically manage the tunings of various instruments at the same time. And indeed, such tools are already coming out this year, for example Oddsound MTS-ESP Suite and Infinitone DMT. A new section of the list has been added to catalogue these tools. An additional section about MPE synths in general was also added.
[The old article about my previous workflow for making microtonal music with Ableton Live is still available though quite out of date as Ableton have improved their microtonal support in recent years.]
Cadence is a set of tools for audio production all in one application. It performs system checks, manages JACK, calls other tools and make system tweaks. It launches automatically when I boot, so I can then launch my DAW and get straight to doing music.
You can install the KXStudio apps by first setting up the KXStudio repo in your package manager. The repo also contains a large number of music plugins so you can install them via your package manager rather than compiling manually. This is so useful! It even contains all the u-he Linux synths (you still need to pay for a license as they are proprietary) and Zyn-Fusion (the new interface for ZynAddSubFX)!
Are you making music on Linux, or making any kind of microtonal music? Let me know in the comments what works for you and how you got it running! Everybody has a different workflow and we can all learn something from one another.
Infinit Essentials & Rellek Beats present to you 'Codeine Fiend 2.0 VST' - a great sounding VST for any genre of music from Hip Hop to Trap, R&B and beyond. This VST is also perfect for creating scores for Film, TV and more.Watch the Demo Video:
Three different types of synthesis are included: VA, wavetable, and FM. Combined with intricate MSEG envelopes and the aforementioned unison capabilities, DUNE 2 is a truly unique synthesizer that should be seriously considered by all electronic music producers.
With well over 4000 presets, Predator is a synth designed for all kinds of music. The 27 filter types allow for a range of different sounds, whether you want a plucked bass or harsh resonant vowel sound. In addition to the diverse range of filters, Predator also has a dedicated FX section with over 27 different algorithms and 3 processors. The FX processor can also be used as an insert on a mixer track, making this plugin a two-for-one synth and effects module.
What I liked: I really enjoyed playing with Diva. I found some of its sounds so evocative of the instruments and recordings that I grew up with that I paused on more than one occasion to dig through my music library to find the track that it was reminding me of. Its thoughtful design does a great job of providing access to its programming depth through a friendly, clear user interface.
Steve Castellano is a musician and writer living in Toronto, Canada. He holds a music degree from York University, where his focus was electronic music and composition. He currently records and performs modular electronic music under the name Elettronica Sperimentale.
The music software company u-he has released some exceptional products over the years. They have won multiple awards (and might I say, deservedly so), and are highly acclaimed on many music forums. In my opinion, Zebra 2 and Diva are two of the top synthesizer plugins on the market today. In our previous issue, we presented a review of Diva. For this review, I will be going over their semi-modular synthesizer plugin called ACE.
It's sound is rich and bold, especially suited for EDM and other in your face genres. It makes our Top 5 Trance list however because of it's sheer versatility and commitment to being able to do almost any sound duties required and the scope in which it can achieve whatever you need. If you only want to buy 1 synth for electronic music production Avenger represents the best bang for buck.
"I'm beyond excited ab my new setup - but I remember the days using two krk rokit 6's in my college dorm 4 years ago. It's not much different now, just a couple of new cool gadgets to play with ;) At the end of the day it's about the music you write and the sounds you choose to curate or design. ... 350c69d7ab