slippery chicken has been used by Michael Edwards for the creation of numerous compositions since 2000, including works for instrumental ensembles, for fixed audio media ('tape'), and for combinations of instruments and computer/'tape'.
Michael has used slippery chicken to create
scores in Lilypond, Common Music Notation (CMN), and Sibelius (via the
import of MIDI files). Here are some examples:
Lilypond: you are coming into us who cannot withstand you
CMN: cheat sheet
Sibelius: altogether disproportionate
Further information, including scores and recordings of most of Michael's works made with slippery chicken can be found on his pages at sumtone. They include:
you are coming into us who cannot withstand you
who says this, saying it's me?
for Magda Cordell, if she'll have it
I Kill by Proxy
24/7: freedom fried
selbstporträt als ein anderer (bleib ruhig einmal verdammt!)
snow shoes, maupin, air conditioners, mother's, fleas, satyricon, and you (la cucaracha)
anonymous obvious (aka several instrumental structures to annoy ludi)
slippery when wet
...as well as the scei downloads.
User Guide Demo Compositions
Sample-based realizations of the demo compositions from the slippery chicken user guide are available in the Associated Files links at the top of their accompanying tutorial pages, including: