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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Overtone 0.9 Released

Version 0.9 of Overtone, the Collaborative Live Coding toolkit, was recently announced. Overtone provides a Clojure language front-end to the SuperCollider synthesis engine with a strong emphasis on functional programming and concurrency. This release represents a fundamental shift in their development approach.

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Overtone 0.9 Released

Version 0.9 of Overtone, the Collaborative Live Coding toolkit, was recently announced. Overtone provides a Clojure language front-end to the SuperCollider synthesis engine with a strong emphasis on functional programming and concurrency. This release represents a fundamental shift in their development approach.

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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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Interview: Alexandra Cardenas

Here’s a thoughtful interview with Columbian composer and live coder Alexandra Cardenas, talking about her passions for code and her electric guitar, and around a lot of themes including her drive to improvise. A question often asked is whether live

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Interview: Alexandra Cardenas

Here’s a thoughtful interview with Columbian composer and live coder Alexandra Cardenas, talking about her passions for code and her electric guitar, and around a lot of themes including her drive to improvise. A question often asked is whether live

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Live Coding session at the 5th World Music Forum

The International Music Council’s 5th World Forum of Music was held last week (November 21-24, 2013) at the Queensland Conservatorium in Brisbane, Australia. Amongst many sessions on music and its future was a performance and discussion about Live Coding lead

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Live Coding session at the 5th World Music Forum

The International Music Council’s 5th World Forum of Music was held last week (November 21-24, 2013) at the Queensland Conservatorium in Brisbane, Australia. Amongst many sessions on music and its future was a performance and discussion about Live Coding lead

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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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Vivo festival 2013, Mexico City

  Vivo Mexico City is back, 26th-29th Nov 2013, after a really great symposium and festival last year. Participants include John Bischoff, Juan Alzate Romero, Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl, Radiador, Minerva Hernández, Chad McKinney, Ivani Santana, Rebeca Sánchez, Kònic Thtr, Adrian Segovia Nessen and Luis Romero, with collectives Mico Rex, Haiko

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Vivo festival 2013, Mexico City

  Vivo Mexico City is back, 26th-29th Nov 2013, after a really great symposium and festival last year. Participants include John Bischoff, Juan Alzate Romero, Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl, Radiador, Minerva Hernández, Chad McKinney, Ivani Santana, Rebeca Sánchez, Kònic Thtr, Adrian Segovia Nessen and Luis Romero, with collectives Mico Rex, Haiko

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Live Coding in Music Education – A call for papers

A call for proposals for the Journal of Music, Technology and Education: We are excited to announce a call for papers for a special issue of The Journal of Music, Technology & Education (http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=152/), with a deadline of 28 February 2014, for likely

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Live Coding in Music Education – A call for papers

A call for proposals for the Journal of Music, Technology and Education: We are excited to announce a call for papers for a special issue of The Journal of Music, Technology & Education (http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=152/), with a deadline of 28 February 2014, for likely

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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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Perspectives on multichannel live coding

Upcoming in UPF Barcelona – a multichannel live coding concert with 16 speakers, from 7:30pm on the 4th October 2013. It’ll be interesting to see how the different artists approach addressing multichannel improvisation with code. Two of the performances, from

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Perspectives on multichannel live coding

Upcoming in UPF Barcelona – a multichannel live coding concert with 16 speakers, from 7:30pm on the 4th October 2013. It’ll be interesting to see how the different artists approach addressing multichannel improvisation with code. Two of the performances, from

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