One of my students put this link on Facebook:
I've never really liked writing program notes to my own music, and with this utility I may never have to again. When I have my next piece finished, I already have this program note ready:
"I was first introduced to the concept of 'dodecaphonically-serialist source-commissions' last year, and it has allowed me a greater depth of developments, especially whilst sensing the ultimate aesthetic. I never superimpose octaves, despite the fact that any noise or rhythm can be, and has been interpreted as a rather Wagnerianistically-21st-century set of 'device-frequencies'. It has been said that those who modulate a experience are unable to modulate or perform motifs, at least not culturally, but I fundamentally disagree. The most important tip I can give anyone is this: Never visualise anti-visual tetrachords; rather, endeavour to dominate your modernly-predominant aesthetics. To put it concisely, the conceptual forms of any given silence must never clash with the ultimately iconic endeavour of juxtaposing meanings wherever possible."