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Blender Suzanne Awards announced.

When I’m too busy to come up with stuff to show you, I find other interesting news and simply share.

Turns out that the Blender folks have got some nominations for the Suzanne Awards, it’s time to check out what’s great in store for us.

Check it out.

For the sake of a longer post, let’s see what’s going on with my life:

  • I’m about to start working on the next issue of “Perspective“.
  • I’m going to be performing “The Spice of Life” (a modified version) for the awards evening.
  • I’ve officially achieved my Silver Award for the International Award. So I’m working on gold and will be going on another expedition soon.
  • I’m still procrastinating to show you that video I made, my review on a Blender book, the student results of a Blender course I taught, and a couple age-old ISSDC proposals.
  • I might join with the ISSDC again.
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  1. The Spice of Life is a music composition I did. It’s a jazz duet between piano and a double bass. It’s the last out of a set of 3 compositions. You can read the announcement here:

    http://thinkmoult.com/2008/08/17/music-composition-the-spice-of-life/

    You can read “From Midnight Until Dawn” (the second composition – a violin and piano duet: a very sad piece) here:

    http://thinkmoult.com/2008/08/03/music-composition-from-midnight-until-dawn/

    Or “Surprises”, which was the first in the series, which is a piano solo modern piece:

    http://thinkmoult.com/2008/07/31/music-composition-surprises/

    The ISSDC is an acronym for the International Space Settlement Design Competition. I led a group of 12 students about two years ago to represent malaysia in the semi-finals organised by NASA. I will blog about it in the future.

  2. i see.by the way,do you have all the chords planned before-hand or do you play something and convert it to written notes?or is there a specific software to convert them?

  3. I’m not very computer based when it comes to music. I write all my compositions down by hand, and only when I’m done I use a music notation software like “Sibelius” to type it out on the computer (manually, no conversion).

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