I am a composer, performer, programmer, and Tai Chi practitioner. I am a developer of Csound and author of various computer music programs including Blue, Pink, Score, and csound-live-code.
To contact me, please email me at the following address:
stevenyi AT gmail.com
Your music is nice, but more importantly the attitude you have toward it is great. I stumbled upon your site while searching algorithmic music and enjoyed browsing your site. If you ever figure out what csound really is and whether it’s suitable for my purposes, I will look into your “blue.” I might also make use of your breathing program and advertise it in my Turkish blog (you make me wanna learn Java or any other programming language). We shared a few months in NYC (I moved there for a Ph.D. shortly before you moved away). Thanks for this nice site and resources again.
It is a pleasure to meet you! I hope you enjoy what you find within my programs and hope to keep in touch in the future.
many thanks for good vibrations with blue.
Thank you so much for the gift of blue.
What I have heard of your music is very impressive. As a musician, I am inspired to explore some of your ideas I percieve in the pieces.
I find your personal philosophy as expressed here to be refreshing. I am proud to have landed here and say hello and thanks!
Thank you for your kind words Jack, I wish you the best in your explorations of music and blue. 🙂
Thank you very much for Blue and for being you, Steven. I really appreciated your Blue workshop at the Csound Conference in Hannover.
Thanks Jair-Rohm, I appreciate your comments very much and am glad to meet you and get to know your music! 🙂
Thank you for your work and dedication!
I have to say the phenomena piece is very nice (haven’t yet listened to all pieces), i love to use those juicy chords myself and it kind of reminds me of a piece, of one of my own pieces (actually, i think they might even share some chords and timbral aspects).. A point floating in the universe while asteroids are passing by – that’s what i see when i listen to it (phenomena).
Thank you Aistis for your kind words!
Thank you so much for your work on csound!
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