[D-G] hypertext

Mike Lansing badger2 at mail2world.com
Thu Mar 14 08:18:25 PDT 2019

the notes below the Octave Line continue on for another octave on the
saxophone, ending at low A flat. The Octave Line itself can be used to
produce sheet music, thus eliminating four lines of the traditional
musical staff. Otherwise, it is a matter of using symbols for timing
and nuance, symbols that are placed either above or below the Octave
Line. This is a new approach for (all [italics]) musicians: expansion
of piano sheet music would simply add a line to represent the octaves
above or below the saxophone's range. The music is read as a language
is read, with letters instead of traditional musical symbols.

-----Original Message-----> 
>From: Mike Lansing [badger2 at mail2world.com]
>Sent: 3/14/2019 9:58:11 AM
>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>Subject: Re: [D-G] hypertext
>If there is a hypertext that has already been written, then D&G
>musicians may be interested in reading it: the music of amino acids.
>Some representation was necessary to assign the amino acids to the keys
>of a saxophone, there bering 20 basic sax keys just as there are 20
>basic amino acids. The notes on the right are concert pitch, the
>letters on the left are amino acids. They represent the isoelectric pH
>(power of hydrogen) of each amino. Because each is a unique number, we
>arranged them according to the sequence from the highest to lowest
>notes, starting from the highest note (the highest pH):
>R E flat
>K D
>H C sharp
>P C
>A B
>L B flat
>G A
>V A flat
>I G
>W F sharp
>M F
>S E 
>Y E flat
>Q D
>T C sharp
>F C
>_________________________________________Octave Line
>N B
>C B flat
>E A
>D A flat
>Once these are learned, any amino acid sequence in the Universe can be
>played as music. This system can also be "translated" to piano, etc.
><-----Original Message-----> 
>>From: Johnatan Petterson [internet.petterson at gmail.com]
>>Sent: 3/13/2019 9:26:36 PM
>>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>>Subject: Re: [D-G] hypertext
>>Hi. I am sorry, I was upset with Nathan Widder continuation with
>>Aquinas and his Teogonic clinamen. I think the example of Nietzsche
>>help us seek other ways to make philosophy than with concepts and
>>such recycling signifiers. I am starting weary of this conversation, I
>>I would rather we did a hypertext based on a narrative than a dialogue
>>shaped as teogony
>>with recycling signifiers. I think the Deleuzian idea that Nietzsche
>>making use
>>of narrative representation instead than static representations, oh no
>>that the ideas Nietzsche was having became alive, as much as
>>in his writings, would help us empower the mouths of the volcano. We
>>seek out to be mindful instead than "portraits", to do musical
>>compositions, with a beginning
>>and an end. We should be schizophrens instead than hysterics.
>>Then what matters is HyperText: how would HyperText enable us to weave
>>patterns in the space-time architectural fabric, which would be full
>>perceptual. by HyperText
>>I just mean the construction of open dialogues between the driftline
>>participants. But we could
>>distinguish in the Hypertext, the recylcing signifiers, yet driven by
>>dramatis (conceptual or figural) personae.
>>What is important is that the dramatis personae of our dialogues here
>>become more important
>>than our email aliases. When driving the conversations.
>>Johnny Petterson.
>>Le jeu. 14 mars 2019 à 02:13, Johnatan Petterson <
>>internet.petterson at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>> as to Nietzsche's quote in your mention,
>>> I'd reckon Fried. Nietzsche was talking (perceptually?) or anyway
>>> historically rather
>>> than conceptually. When mentioning "christian god", sure does he
>>> about
>>> the figure of the Jesus Christ dude. Nietzsche is often ironical and
>>> will to truth
>>> is speaking of the people who come as the historical followers of
>>> historical Jesus Christ.
>>> The Figure of Christ "in the mind" of the followers "works" and
>>> religious effect,
>>> what Widder calls faith and which is just a feeling. Feeling
>>> both Reason and Faith, again the both self destruct as concepts
>>> when you consider the necessity of producing concepts within the
>>> feeling.
>>> Whether Aquinas proves the concept
>>> of that feeling, that is if nobody is missing the definition he
>>> would probably not
>>> matter for Nietzsche. That was Nietzsche's novelty in the history of
>>> philosophy, its
>>> *Unzeitgemässetikheidt (?) *Nietzsche took pleasure with playing
>>> such "personnages conceptuels" as
>>> Aquinas or Jesus Christ, because he did not feel the need to prove
>>> concept (besides knowing his concepts full well)
>>> unlikely anxious in a way that nobody would miss it, or not dig it.
>>> was what he meant by a sudden "will to truth"
>>> killing Jesus Christ in such a Roman Crucifixion Drama. The
>followers are
>>> a metaphor for such historians of philosophy such
>>> as Nathan Widder. How ironical innit? Bravo Fried.!! carry on,
>>> Continuation, please!!
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