[Dixielandjazz] Terminator 4 - The rise of the Orchestrions

andy.ling at quantel.com andy.ling at quantel.com
Mon May 24 09:17:30 PDT 2010

Steve Barbone wrote on 24/05/2010 14:18:55:

> We have met the enemy and they is us.


> May 23, 2010 - NY TIMES - By Ben Ratliff
> If Not 76 Trombones, Everything Else a One-Man Band Can Handle
> Imagine a player piano. Now imagine you?re a guitarist and composer 
> named Pat Metheny and that you have a kind of player piano that can 
> both play what you?ve composed for it ? not through perforated paper 
> but digital technology ? and also replicate whatever you?re playing on 
> the guitar. You can also play a long phrase on the guitar and command 
> the piano to loop the phrase, so that you can play against the loop.

If you are interested in seeing some of this, have a look at


There are other related clips too.

Warning, not OKOM, but you might find it interesting.

Andy Ling

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