|Nick Didkovsky is a guitarist, composer, and music software programmer. He founded the rock band Doctor Nerve in 1983, the metal band Häßliche Luftmasken in 2011, and is a member of the Fred Frith Guitar Quartet. He has composed for Bang On A Can All-Stars, Meridian Arts Ensemble, ETHEL, and others. His compositions and guitar work appear on over 50 records.
With computer music pioneer Phil Burk, Didkovsky created Java Music Specification Language. With composer Georg Hajdu, he has created MaxScore, an object that uses JMSL to bring music notation to Max/MSP.
In 2010, he founded the $100 Guitar Project with Chuck O'Meara. His Punos Music record label serves up his more extreme musical projects.
|Doctor Nerve is a rock band that has been annihilating the boundaries between rock, metal, improvisation, jazz, and experimental music since 1983.
|Häßliche Luftmasken is a metal band. "If Motörhead were math majors..."
|The $100 Guitar passed through the hands of over 64 players, each of which recorded a piece with it. Bridge Records released a double record of the results!
With Fred Frith, Nels Cline, Mike Keneally, Elliot Sharp, Alex Skolnick, Henry Kaiser, Andy Aledort, and many more...
|Black Sabbath Guitar Lessons by Nick Didkovsky
|Ice Cream Time, for electric guitar, sax quartet, and real-time audio processing by Nick Didkovsky. Upcoming show at Roulette!
|Java Music Specification Language (JMSL) is a Java API for music composition that support JSyn and MIDI.
|MaxScore is a Max object that brings programmable standard music notation, transcription, and playback to Max/MSP.
|Punos Music offers interactive online computer music, as well as CD's of Nick's more extreme musical projects.