This is a landing page for some of the more "academic" things I have written or done. Each link opens in a new window or tab.
- Descriptive harmony style guide - A personal, practical guide to writing Western harmonic symbols consistently and accurately.
- How many three-note sets with unique interval spacings in a major scale? - from a question by pianist Sam Leak. Presents two ways (one in code, one by thinking through music) of working it out.
- PhD reading list - as it says on the tin. Updates sporadically.
- new dark art - my MRes work from Keele.
- Contrafacts in jazz: language, myth, method and homage - part of my MRes work, but highlighted here so that it's easier to find.
In addition, there's always a mess of stuff in the rambles, so they are listed here too.
- 100 seconds of jazz
- a sense of grounding
- Alacrity: ready for the improviser’s art
- as_the_tex(t): body @ LUME Festival
- as_the_tex(t): roots
- Charlie Rouse interview
- George Marsh's Inner Drumming
- Lionel Hampton - Stardust: the defining song
- Re-inventing the rhapsody
- Short Bill Evans interview
- Shorter's first notes on Infant Eyes
- sndtools on Arch Linux
- the flow of time is the timing of the flow
- Way of Seeing Coltrane
- Way of Seeing Coltrane (II)
- Way of Seeing Coltrane (III)
- Way of Seeing Coltrane (IV)
If you're looking for the (now old) CSS experiments or things on Fluxbox, Testbed still exists: although I will possible move some of them to Github soon.