Music software that lets anyone compose music. The first music software program designed to teach students and adults how to compose music simply by drawing lines on the screen. “The single coolest thing to happen to music ever,” enthuses Thomas O’Hara, 12, of West Genesee Middle School...
Composer and MIT Media Lab professor Tod Machover is devoted to extending musical expression to everyone, from virtuosos to amateurs. In this TED talk, he describes the invention of Hyperscore and how it freed Dan Ellsey, a man trapped in a body afflicted with cerebral palsy, to discover his inner composer.
Reporter Andrea Shea delves into the creation of Tod Machover’s newest symphonic work, “Philadelphia Voices.” From the famous Mummers’ New Year’s Day Parade to the sizzling of celebrated cheesesteaks, acclaimed U.S composer and inventor Tod Machover has been collecting sounds for his latest piece ‘Philadelphia Voices,’ a composition inspired by the heritage, sights and sounds of … Continue reading BBC documentary on the newest City Symphony
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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
Check out this new video about the Hyperscore workshops we are doing in Lucerne as part of the EINE SINFONIE FUER LUZERN project that premieres at this summer's LUCERNE FESTIVAL. Amazing young people from around the city are working on original compositions that reflect aspects of Lucerne. These will be transcribed for instruments (some transcriptions by … Continue reading Budding composers dig into Hyperscore for “A Symphony for Lucern”
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a cover letter and … Continue reading Wanted: Mac application developer
Composer Stacy Garrop was invited by the Ying Quartet's David Ying to lead a series of Hyperscore composing workshops for the 2011 Skaneateles Festival. The resulting works were performed by string quartets at the Festival. In an interview with us, Garrop shared some of her lessons learned from mentoring non-musicians to compose music using our … Continue reading Composer Stacy Garrop on teaching with Hyperscore