Interviews

Belisha Beacon in ATTN:Magazine

Belisha Beacon aka Dorien Schampaert has a great interview in ATTN:Magazine about (among other things) her work researching the Ondes Martenot and her journey into live coding and algorave. “I think there are two things that happen when you try to

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Belisha Beacon in ATTN:Magazine

Belisha Beacon aka Dorien Schampaert has a great interview in ATTN:Magazine about (among other things) her work researching the Ondes Martenot and her journey into live coding and algorave. “I think there are two things that happen when you try to

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All things live coding: a curated list

Mauro aka lvm from Beunos Aires has made a curated list of “All Things Live Coding“, with links to dozens of high quality languages, libraries, videos, readings, and more. With the demise of the TOPLAP wiki some time ago this is very

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All things live coding: a curated list

Mauro aka lvm from Beunos Aires has made a curated list of “All Things Live Coding“, with links to dozens of high quality languages, libraries, videos, readings, and more. With the demise of the TOPLAP wiki some time ago this is very

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Algorave in mixmag

A lovely article on mixmag.net, by Steph Kretowicz (with above illustration by Patch Keys). “In the back room of a bar in the South London suburb of New Cross, there’s a revolution happening. Or maybe it’s not so much a revolution as

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Algorave in mixmag

A lovely article on mixmag.net, by Steph Kretowicz (with above illustration by Patch Keys). “In the back room of a bar in the South London suburb of New Cross, there’s a revolution happening. Or maybe it’s not so much a revolution as

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Talking Algorave with LeftLion

I’ve been featured on the website of Nottingham culture magazine LeftLion, talking about live-coding, Algorave, and my own music — and the upcoming Nottingham Algorave on Sunday 12th February.

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Talking Algorave with LeftLion

I’ve been featured on the website of Nottingham culture magazine LeftLion, talking about live-coding, Algorave, and my own music — and the upcoming Nottingham Algorave on Sunday 12th February.

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Survey on live coding audience

Live coding is a quite new and innovative artistic technique, with which is possible to obtain many stunning and complex artifacts. The public participates with enthusiasm and there is a constant dialog between audience members and performers. An ongoing survey

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Survey on live coding audience

Live coding is a quite new and innovative artistic technique, with which is possible to obtain many stunning and complex artifacts. The public participates with enthusiasm and there is a constant dialog between audience members and performers. An ongoing survey

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The first live coding performances? Tom DeFanti + Dan Sandin

Back in 1974, Tom DeFanti defended his dissertation on GRASS, an interactive, interpreted, programming language he created for defining and manipulating vector graphics. He and Dan Sandin gave a series of performances in the 1970s that used live coding techniques.

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The first live coding performances? Tom DeFanti + Dan Sandin

Back in 1974, Tom DeFanti defended his dissertation on GRASS, an interactive, interpreted, programming language he created for defining and manipulating vector graphics. He and Dan Sandin gave a series of performances in the 1970s that used live coding techniques.

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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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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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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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Holly Herndon interview on Dummy

Holly Herndon is an artist based in San Franciso, known for pretty incredible performances with her voice and laptop. Pitchfork describe her as “one of the year’s most exciting new voices, producers, and composers”, so it’s good to read an

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Holly Herndon interview on Dummy

Holly Herndon is an artist based in San Franciso, known for pretty incredible performances with her voice and laptop. Pitchfork describe her as “one of the year’s most exciting new voices, producers, and composers”, so it’s good to read an

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