8 episodes

The show is a tour through the labyrinth of composition, music theory, computer music, ethnomusicology, acoustics, synthesis and many related subjects of interest to music lovers, from experienced musicians to anyone interested in making music who wants to learn how. It includes both a fresh look at theoretical ideas, from a global, first-principles perspective, and practical advice about composition and music-making, with or without computers. Forum at: http://lomt.freeforums.org/

The Labyrinth of Music Theory Metatheseus

    • Music
    • 4.2, 29 Ratings

The show is a tour through the labyrinth of composition, music theory, computer music, ethnomusicology, acoustics, synthesis and many related subjects of interest to music lovers, from experienced musicians to anyone interested in making music who wants to learn how. It includes both a fresh look at theoretical ideas, from a global, first-principles perspective, and practical advice about composition and music-making, with or without computers. Forum at: http://lomt.freeforums.org/

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

snowdaysalways ,

Great but ironically bad sounding

I love everything he says and teaches, however ironically the drone is too loud and the voice is distorted which makes it hard to listen too.. I’m only on episode 3 so hoping it gets cleaned up but thought I’d share my experience

the real Mc'Coy ,

Nice

This guy seems like the professor you can smoke pot with

Cobe_mon ,

Instant classic.

This singular podcast strikes an eerily mysterious tone befitting of its title "The Labrynth." It's an anonymous, intellectual tour de force waxing poetic, with respect, reverence, and a sense of bewildered awe at the potential depths musical exploration allows. There is a timeless (or old-timey) feel to fairly monotonous and serious delivery which is deliberately compressed to sound like a recording from circa 1950. This well-written, steadfast stoic delivery lays atop an ever-present atmospheric soundbed which helps create the show's distinctive mysterious mood. At times one gets the sense that in taking everything so seriously there's a hint of sarcastic self-caricaturization, however, aside from this slight humorous infusions, don't except any raucous laughs. Bravo. Encore?

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