Category Archives: Music

Music I composed or are interested in.

Accessing MIDI in Delphi for Android

In this article I describe how to use MIDI sequencing with Delphi XE5 on the Android platform. This article is written for Delphi developers who, like me, are experienced with Delphi but less so with Eclipse, Android and Java. Lots … Continue reading

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Origins of Sing sweet Software

The song is inspired by Stanislaw Lem’s book Cyberiada. Two brilliant cosmic constructors Trurl and Klapautius are forced to design a new sort of beast to be hunted by king Krool. If the king would be bored by the beast … Continue reading

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Sing sweet software

I recently bought a Sparkfun VoiceBox in order to enhance my robot with a voice. It has a nice metallic voice. When I discovered that I could vary the pitch of the spoken words I decided to go for a … Continue reading

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The far star

One of the things I do is creating software to compose music from fractals. An interesting things with fractals is that you can open complete new landscapes by zooming into them. When experimenting with the Mandelbrot fractal I created a … Continue reading

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Landschap (Landscape)

A piece for SATB that I wrote for the choir I was singing in. It is based at the poem of Paul van Ostaijen (1896-192, one of the most sensitive and modern poets of the Dutch language at that time. … Continue reading

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I am a composer in my spare time. My music will be published on this site under the Creative Commons license (there is a readable version of it). Basically this means that you may perform and re-use my work for … Continue reading

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