Youtube-er "Smalin" (Stephen Malinowski) has been making visual scores of classical music for a few years now and when he made a "home-use" software version I was all over it. The only problem was that in it's current version it doesn't support soundfonts and does not render to video. Nonetheless I lovethese visual representations and they are the closest approximation to what I see in my mind's eye when listening to instrumental music. I ended up rendering the audio on Synthfont, screencasting the MAM Player with CamStudio, and syncing them up in WMM. Obviously just one step above recording these on a cellphone, but that's what it is for now. Smalin will hopefully release a new version of the MAM Player with rendering options in the coming year(s)...
Op.133 "Grosse Fugue"
Op.133 "Grosse Fuge" (4 electric guitars)
- Gloria (corrected)
Mass in C
- Kyrie (only)
- Credo (only)
Diabelli Variations (Electric & Acoustic Guitars)
Diabelli Variations (Acoustic Guitars)
Piano Sonata 7.1 (midi piano, 1st attempt, very primitive)
Piano Sonata Op.106 "Hammerklavier" (4 Electric Guitars)
Symphony 1 (Electric & Acoustic Guitars)
Symphony 3 "Eroica"
Cello Sonata 4.4 (Midi sounds, very primitive)
32 Variations on Exotic Percusssion Instruments (WoO.80)
If Beethoven was Reborn as Webern (WoO.80)
9 Variations On A March Of Dressler, WoO.63 (Toy Piano)
Bach - Violin Partita 1.2 (Electric Guitar)
Stravinsky : Rite of Spring (Midi orchestra)