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If you like Jason Robert Brown‘s musicals and want to listen to the two that he made in 2013, Honeymoon in Vegas and The Bridges of Madison County, try not to listen to one without listening to the other. Independently one is frenetic, high energy, toe-tapping, and peppy, while the other is slow, languid, and none of the songs actually end, but taken together they even out nicely. Both have great music. Two sides of the same coin and all that.
Sixteen years ago our nation endured an attack designed to haunt our imaginations and alter our collective behaviors. It succeeded. And they won:
I recently purchased this ebike and since I couldn’t find any in-depth reviews online, I thought I’d share my observations.
I get it. On a subatomic level. I understand this. When he talks about learning to dance on a new planet.
But it needs to go further.
Apply machine learning and not only static simple algorithms?
Decrease latency between keyboard input and algorithmic output?
Apply styles? Harmonize? Randomize?’
Tepfer sees jazz as the pursuit of freedom within a framework — a premise that underlies his work with improvisational algorithms and a Yamaha Disklavier. He unpacks the project in this video.
The real ball and chain is the liability of not having standards independent of your mood and other acute pressures.
Gee, I wish more companies would actually be like this:
Instead of the easy numbers… http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2017/07/instead-of-the-easy-numbers.html