Here’s Broken, a new two-sided single out on Chordpunch. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
I’ve continued with the Tidal cycles project, pushing forward with at least one cycle per weekday, apart from one day when I made a longer recording (to appear on chordpunch soon). All the audio is downloadable and creative commons licensed (CC-BY), check the descriptions for the tweet-sized tidal code for each cycle, and follow on […]
I did a remote performance streamed to Barcelona last week as part of a “Perspectives on multichannel live coding” concert, which involved me sitting on my studio floor in Sheffield, live coding broken techno for 16 speakers. The music was beamed over to an audience of 30-40 people in Universitat Pompeu Fabra, who were surrounded […]
A wonderful time at Dagstuhl last week. Aspects of the seminar has already been covered very nicely in blogs by Mark Guzdial, and Dave Griffiths. I’ve tended to blog about live coding over on the TOPLAP blog, but over the coming days I’ll be unravelling my thoughts about live coding here. To start with though, here’s […]
Texture v.2 is getting interesting now, reminds me of fabric travelling around a loom.. Everything apart from the DSP is implemented in Haskell. The functional approach has worked out particularly well for this visualisation — because musical patterns are represented as functions from time to events (using my Tidal EDSL), it’s trivial to get at […]
I had a nice chat with Jamillah Knowles from Outriders on Radio 5 live the other day, about live coding and algoraves. It’s now available as a podcast, from about 12m50s of the 11th September 2013 edition.
A quick improv from Sheffield: Here’s the state of my editor at the end: d1 $ slow 2 $ sound “bd [sn sn bd]/2″ let x = density 2 $ striate’ 8 0.75 $ sound (slow 4 $ “[bd bd/4] [ht mt lt]“) in d2 $ stack [every 3 rev $ every 4 (0.75
I don’t always enjoy praise, but it’s really great when commentators see through the cold reality of live coding or algorave and get at the promise that motivates what we’re doing. Here’s a comment by a reddit user called Tekmo from a few months back, which I think is about the promise of a more […]
Texture 2.0 (my Haskell based visual live programming language) is working a bit more. It has reached gabber zero – the point at which a programming language is able to support the production of live techno. Also I’ve made some small steps towards getting some of my live visualisation ideas working. Here’s a video which […]
Algorave has a page in the current (September 2013) edition of Wired UK, including short interviews with Alexandra Cardenas and I, and screenshots from Davide and Dave.