Computer Music Practice Examples: Audio Palindrome Generator. Learn to create an app that generates a sound that sounds the same when played forward and reversed.

Google Slides, SuperCollider codes, and sound files:

APG App:

Piano Triplets - New EP by Starkey and Park

My friend and musical role model Starkey released a collaborative album. In technical terms, it is a project extended from ISJS. In aesthetical terms, the project is about restraints and forms. Personally, and most importantly, it is two friends saying 'hey!' to each other.

I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

APG Audio Palindrome Generator

Create a sample that sounds the same when played forward and reversed. Download: info:


Computer Music Practice Example - SIOEStep-by-step procedure of making a supercut appCode and slides available at

SIOE - Audio Supercut Generator

Drag and drop an audio file into the program and generate two versions of a remix! Download App: by Theodosia Roussos


Computer Music Practice Examples - ISJS Granular Processor.A step-by-step walkthrough on making a mouse-controlled granular synthesizer.Codes and Google Slides available at

ISJS - App and Codes

Free sample granularization tool Download:


Computer Music Practice Examples - RMHS Ambient Sound Generator

The Second Episode of CMPE is here!
Computer Music Practice Example - RMHS: Drone Generator Codes and Slides:


ISJS - New Collaborative Album

ISJS stands for I-Shim-Jun-Shim (이심전심, 以心傳心), a Korean word for "communicating through the hearts," or in my interpretation, "empathy." Featured sounds are recordings by collaborators, students, and family members. I often communicate with them without saying a word. The usual medium to do so is music, but sometimes it is a nod, smirk, sigh, eye contact, or eating in silence. You know.

In May, I asked seven people to send me three recordings for the project. I then made each track by processing those sounds through similar but individually customized algorithms.

Soon, ISJS App will be available to make your collage of things that make beeps and creaks.


released June 20, 2020


Darius Jones
Molly Jones
Alex Koi
Michael Malis
Kirk Pearson
Charles Shriner
Chien-An Yuan

CMPE - Introduction

Computer Music Practice Examples is a new series featuring the application of computer music technology to composition, performance, instrument design, and presentation. 
The introduction videos are available below.