Videos

Andrew Sorensen keynote at OSCON

Andrew Sorensen managed to pull off the feat of narrating his own live coding in a keynote performance at the huge Open Source Conference (OSCON) last week to widespread acclaim, even by youtube commenters. He’s using his own Extempore environment.

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Andrew Sorensen keynote at OSCON

Andrew Sorensen managed to pull off the feat of narrating his own live coding in a keynote performance at the huge Open Source Conference (OSCON) last week to widespread acclaim, even by youtube commenters. He’s using his own Extempore environment.

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PowerBooks_UnPlugged Documentary online

“Many have claimed that ’The computer is the new folk guitar’; if this is so, then PB_UP (PowerBooks UnPlugged) is the first accoustic computer music folk band: The laptop is their only instrument.” Jonas Hummel translated this approach into a

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PowerBooks_UnPlugged Documentary online

“Many have claimed that ’The computer is the new folk guitar’; if this is so, then PB_UP (PowerBooks UnPlugged) is the first accoustic computer music folk band: The laptop is their only instrument.” Jonas Hummel translated this approach into a

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Live coding on Arte TV

Tracks is a music culture TV programme that has been airing across both France and Germany since 1997, on the independent and excellent Arte channel dedicated to arts and culture. Tonight (25th January 2014) they’re featuring live coding and algorave

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Live coding on Arte TV

Tracks is a music culture TV programme that has been airing across both France and Germany since 1997, on the independent and excellent Arte channel dedicated to arts and culture. Tonight (25th January 2014) they’re featuring live coding and algorave

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Introduction to Gibber

Above is a quick intro to Gibber, quickly demonstrating its audio and new (to me) drawing capabilities. You also get to find out how you should be pronouncing “gibber”. If the video intrigues you, there’s a lot of built-in demos

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Introduction to Gibber

Above is a quick intro to Gibber, quickly demonstrating its audio and new (to me) drawing capabilities. You also get to find out how you should be pronouncing “gibber”. If the video intrigues you, there’s a lot of built-in demos

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/*vivo*/ 2013: Simposio Internacional de Música y Código [redes]

/*vivo*/ is the name of the annual symposium in México organized by the Taller de Audio of the Centro Multimedia at the CENART, led by Hernani Villaseñor and Ernesto Romero. This year the topic was redes (Spanish for network) and included guests

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/*vivo*/ 2013: Simposio Internacional de Música y Código [redes]

/*vivo*/ is the name of the annual symposium in México organized by the Taller de Audio of the Centro Multimedia at the CENART, led by Hernani Villaseñor and Ernesto Romero. This year the topic was redes (Spanish for network) and included guests

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New languages and things

This has been a super busy month for live coding, and I haven’t had much time to update this lately. If you want to contribute live coding news let me know and I’ll make you an account. Anyway here’s some

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New languages and things

This has been a super busy month for live coding, and I haven’t had much time to update this lately. If you want to contribute live coding news let me know and I’ll make you an account. Anyway here’s some

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Andrew Sorensen performing at TEDxQUT

It’s Andrew Sorensen again, talking and performing at TEDxQUT, 10th August 2013. The musical aspects of Extempore are really shaping up! Here’s the video:

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Andrew Sorensen performing at TEDxQUT

It’s Andrew Sorensen again, talking and performing at TEDxQUT, 10th August 2013. The musical aspects of Extempore are really shaping up! Here’s the video:

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UrMus: Live coding on a mobile phone

UrMus is a programming environment for iOS and Android devices, including phones and tablets. It is based upon the rather charming language Lua, and provides multiple different ways of building multitouch apps, including dataflow patching. Here’s a video which recently took

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UrMus: Live coding on a mobile phone

UrMus is a programming environment for iOS and Android devices, including phones and tablets. It is based upon the rather charming language Lua, and provides multiple different ways of building multitouch apps, including dataflow patching. Here’s a video which recently took

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Live hacking with Overtone

There’s a lot of buzz around overtone at the moment, a live coding language/environment built on Clojure and the SuperCollider server. The overtone project was started around 2009 by Jeff Rose, joined by Sam Aaron who worked on it full time

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Live hacking with Overtone

There’s a lot of buzz around overtone at the moment, a live coding language/environment built on Clojure and the SuperCollider server. The overtone project was started around 2009 by Jeff Rose, joined by Sam Aaron who worked on it full time

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Video roundup

Some recent live coding related videos from the tubes. Firstly, super impressive try out of live coding GLSL fragment shader code. Next, Zen and the Art of Live Programming, an inspiring talk by Sam Aaron at FP days in Cambridge: Finally,

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Video roundup

Some recent live coding related videos from the tubes. Firstly, super impressive try out of live coding GLSL fragment shader code. Next, Zen and the Art of Live Programming, an inspiring talk by Sam Aaron at FP days in Cambridge: Finally,

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