I’m Josiah Wolf Oberholtzer.
I work at Discogs.
- A music document-processing framework.
- An interactive social graph visualization.
- A web interface for audio-analysis and spectral-descriptor-search.
- A Python interface to SuperCollider’s scsynth.
I’m one of the lead developers for Abjad.
Check out my current project, Disco/graph:
Check-out my GitHub.
I also have a background in music: composition, analysis, production, acoustics, recording, sound reinforcement, live electronics.
- Sometimes I write chamber music.
- Sometimes I write massively-multichannel electro-acoustic music.
- Sometimes I make DJ mixes.
Disco/graph, an interactive visualization of relationships from the Discogs.com discography databse, is now live.
June 27, 2015. University of Huddersfield, UK. Presented a talk at the first Study Day on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity: Virtual Score Construction with the Abjad API for Formalized Score Control, with Trevor Bača and Jeffrey Treviño.
May 28-30, 2015. Paris, France. Abjad’s inaugural paper was presented at TENOR 2015: First International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation: Abjad: An Open-source Software System for Formalized Score Control. Written with Trevor Bača, Jeffrey Treviño and Víctor Adán. PDF available here.