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    percussion records

    Hey, droid :D
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    percussion records

    Aye. Checked in when I heard the news about Mark. Been lurking a bit since.
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    percussion records

    Finally, there's this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igah0mQ-HLA this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yge7GNl5p_k and this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyedqvWwY5Y Rambler out.
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    percussion records

    This is a bit more showy, look how many gongs I've got: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBAff63apHk
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    percussion records

    This is another classic, definitely of its time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86BE0zrQ1B4
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    percussion records

    Another Grisey classic, this one with the dots: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STnFngxVe-Y
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    percussion records

    Gérard Grisey: Le noir de l'étoile (Start around 6:30; you don't need the speech in French at the beginning.) https://youtu.be/zO02H-R6IWo
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    percussion records

    Xenakis and tuned percussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqtFGaHcWRk
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    K-Punk

    Another long-time exile here breaking their silence. I didn't know Mark, and if we'd met I don't if we'd have agreed on much in truth. But discovering K-Punk and the network of blogs around it in 2003 was a lightning bolt for me. I didn't know writing like that existed, that blogging could be...
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    Classical! Breaking news, gossip, lies, slander...

    Yeah, most of them, if not the pieces themselves. Don't know why I didn't d/load those links first time around but I'll get onto that now. 'Fraid Dusapin and Hosokawa I just find dull. :slanted: Do you know much Sciarrino? He might be your man. I see there's a flute piece there, but some of...
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    Classical! Breaking news, gossip, lies, slander...

    What a weird list! Nice to see props for Barrett, Spahlinger, Pauset and Hespos though. I know quite a few of them, but not all. Will look into those I don't know.
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    Readability - get rid off all the clutter from webpages

    Ooh, that's lovely - thanks Ness!
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    XML editors

    Thanks, Ness.
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    kids

    Nice. Like the sound of the compilations. Been meaning to put some of these together for my girl. She's too young to tell the difference (beyond "stuff that's fun to dance to" and "stuff that isn't"), but the 60s/70s African one sounds cool - what's on it?
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    Unfortunate names

    A couple of favs from the music dictionary I edit: Charles Quarles (18th-century organist) Gobelinus Person (14th-century historian and theologian)
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    XML editors

    Thanks - I'll give both a try.
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    Modern Classical

    Tenney is the business. Get Postal Pieces, performed by the Barton Workshop (it's available from plenty of download stores, but the CD quality is probably worth it). Huge, hypnotic droney things, each score is short and simple enough to fit onto a postcard, but the effects are amazingly powerful.
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    Modern Classical

    Hello! Already mentioned, but the Avant Garde Project is your friend. It's all good if you're really into your hardcore avant gardism but, working from the names you've mentioned, here are some recommendations: AGP6 - Morton Subotnick. Instrumental and electronic works. MS is best known for...
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    XML editors

    Does anyone know anything about XML editing software? I may have to invest in something for freelance use and I have no idea where to start. At work I've used XMetaL Author, but it's horrendously expensive. I want something that has both plaintext and WYSIWYG views, that integrates with a given...
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    making music downloadable

    Ah. Stumped me straight away - but you may not be alone: http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-GB%3Aofficial&hs=xHe&q=%22save+as%22+greyed+out+mp3&btnG=Search&meta= Looks like it might be a browser thing.
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