Here are some recordings from June 6th. Yeah, I’m posting out of order. Wanna fight about it?

  1. 2007-06-06_01
  2. 2007-06-06_02
  3. 2007-06-06_03 Rondeau de fonque
  4. 2007-06-06_04 Nocturne solare
  5. 2007-06-06_05
  6. 2007-06-06_06
  7. 2007-06-06_07 Allegretto
  8. 2007-06-06_08

And then Dan Ravita, the trumpet player, shows up, and we record the second set:

  1. 2007-06-06_09
  2. 2007-06-06_10
  3. 2007-06-06_11 Dawn
  4. 2007-06-06_12 Simulated Annealing
  5. 2007-06-06_13
  6. 2007-06-06_14
  7. 2007-06-06_15
  8. 2007-06-06_16
  9. 2007-06-06_17 Robot Talk

The first set is good all around starting at #3. I like #9, #11, #12, and #17 from the second set (and some others, but I don’t remember the numbers).


2 thoughts on “Trumpetastic

  1. I like’s ’em all. How come this doesn’t work if I type “Simian” in the Prove You’re Human box?

  2. Yeah, I like them all too. This was a good session. I picked out and edited 3,4,6,7,11,12,17 for a 60 minute album (presently called “Look Talented”, but we need a good album cover for that).

    My friends like it when I point out the best tracks, because two hours every week is apparently too much :-)

    Sorry, I can’t write a computer algorithm to detect human cleverness. Here’s a proof: suppose I could. Then I could just generate a bunch of strings and detect which ones were clever, thus generating a bunch of clever strings. But then it wouldn’t be human cleverness, would it?

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