Check out the wonderful compositions by young people in Lucerne, composed with Hyperscore. Many of the pieces were introduced to the public yesterday by the Lucerne Festival Orchestra and have been incorporated into Tod Machover's "A Symphony for Lucerne," which receives its world premiere tomorrow, Saturday, September 5, at the KKL main hall. Tickets here. … Continue reading Hyperscore pieces at the Lucerne Festival
Tod Machover writes: "As part of our Symphony for Perth project, we have invited young people from throughout Greater Perth, in Western Australia, to create original compositions using our Hyperscore software, expressing some aspect of life – and sound – in Perth. Students from elementary through high school, and from the CBD to Narrogin, worked on their … Continue reading HyperConstellation for Perth
Saturday evening saw the successful debut of Tod Machover's "A Toronto Symphony", described aptly by conductor Peter Oundjian as "the most collaborative piece of music that has ever been written." Nearly a year in the making, the new work was commissioned by the Toronto Symphony for its New Creations Festival. Scored for a full symphony orchestra, … Continue reading Hyperscore has starring role at the Toronto Symphony
The Toronto Symphony posted this terrific video highlighting a workshop with composer Tod Machover and Toronto school kids who composed music inspired by the sounds of their city. The kids used Hyperscore, guided by a creative group of music teachers. We are looking forward to seeing the curriculum they developed! Read more about the A … Continue reading A Toronto Symphony workshop (video)
We have long wanted to develop a Mac version of Hyperscore, and hope this is the year we can make it happen! To get started, we need a great application developer with a passion for music to redevelop Hyperscore for Mac OSX and possibly iOS. If you're interested, please contact email@example.com. Include a cover letter and … Continue reading Wanted: Mac application developer
Give the gift of musical expression this holiday season by giving Hyperscore. The software is suitable for anyone between the ages of 5 and 105. Hyperscore's innovative graphical annotation system puts music composing powers into the hands of anyone who can manipulate a mouse. Here's how to purchase Hyperscore as a gift: Purchase Hyperscore online.(Available … Continue reading Hyperscore for the holidays
We were Googling around for some images of Hyperscore and unearthed this five-year-old blog from Harmonyline Music, back in the early days of the company. It's fun to read and there are some wonderful nuggets! Read the original Hyperscore Blog.
We just spotted this blog post by the Armenian rock band DOGMA, about their collaboration with children in Armenia and America that resulted in the creation of four new songs, written using Hyperscore. It's interesting to see the process from the point of view of professional musicians who were asked to stretch their own boundaries. … Continue reading When a “DREAM” comes true
Hundreds of school kids in Toronto will have a chance to get their hands on Hyperscore and contribute to creating a new work for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The project is the brainchild of composer Tod Machover, who was commissioned by the orchestra to write a new piece to be premiered at the New Creations … Continue reading Hyperscore in Toronto Schools
Take a listen to this snippet from a song called "Dream", arranged and performed by DOGMA, one of the most popular rock bands in Armenia. The song was composed with Hyperscore by a middle schooler in Armenia as part of the A-to-A project. We think it rocks!