Live coding can feel like a practice in a perpetual state of becoming, sometimes unsure of where it is going. Watch this video for a…View More Digital natives – the next generation of live coders?
A live coded cover version of Radiohead’s Everything in its right place, by Arthur Carabott. If you want to have a look at the code,…View More Kid Algorithm
Andrew Sorensen first shook the live coding scene with his Study in Keith, a beautiful (synthesised) piano piece made with impromptu, which was later deconstructed by…View More The disklavier sessions
TOPLAP without the laptop.. In this video 23N!, a noise artist from Tokyo, shows his system for live coding with a microcontroller. Nice and noisy, with…View More Micro-controller live coding
Probably the most used live coding environment for VJing (club-based live visuals) is Fluxus, but it’s also possible in a lot of environments, including SuperCollider,…View More Live coding VJs
Although not often used for music or video, commandlines are a special kind of live coding environment, and Xiki is a special kind of commandline.. Reminiscent…View More Xiki – the executable wiki
Emacs live brings live coding to the renowned (and occasionally feared) emacs editor. It gives access to the overtone (for audio) and quil (for video) environments, and is perhaps designed…View More Emacs live
Like Gibber, livecodelab is web browser based, but is more focussed on live coding of video, although audio is also possible. It is accessible not…View More Livecodelab
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