KodeLife

First time I heard about KodeLife was at LPM Roma in 2012, at 8am after a long night of performances, demoed by Hexler on his laptop, having a hectic conversation with a russian artist. It gave me inspiration to dive

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KodeLife

First time I heard about KodeLife was at LPM Roma in 2012, at 8am after a long night of performances, demoed by Hexler on his laptop, having a hectic conversation with a russian artist. It gave me inspiration to dive

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Algorave 5th birthday – 24 hour stream

Right now Algoravers around the world are joining up online to listen to each other over 24 hours, from midnight-midnight on the 17th March 2017 GMT. One performance every 30 minutes = 48 performances. You can see the line-up here, join the live stream

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Algorave 5th birthday – 24 hour stream

Right now Algoravers around the world are joining up online to listen to each other over 24 hours, from midnight-midnight on the 17th March 2017 GMT. One performance every 30 minutes = 48 performances. You can see the line-up here, join the live stream

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International Conference on Live Coding 2017

The 3rd International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC) will travel to Morelia in Mexico, taking place between the 4th and 8th December 2017. The website is already up in Spanish and English, and here’s the teaser: The call for proposals will go out 11th May,

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International Conference on Live Coding 2017

The 3rd International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC) will travel to Morelia in Mexico, taking place between the 4th and 8th December 2017. The website is already up in Spanish and English, and here’s the teaser: The call for proposals will go out 11th May,

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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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Introducing ddwChucklib-livecode

ddwChucklib-livecode is an idiosyncratic approach to live-coding notation, built in SuperCollider. It’s loosely inspired by ixi-lang, with a couple of distinctions: explicit division of bars into beats, and “generator” expressions embedded within the notation. It interfaces with my chucklib object

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Introducing ddwChucklib-livecode

ddwChucklib-livecode is an idiosyncratic approach to live-coding notation, built in SuperCollider. It’s loosely inspired by ixi-lang, with a couple of distinctions: explicit division of bars into beats, and “generator” expressions embedded within the notation. It interfaces with my chucklib object

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Special issue of DANCECULT on algorithmic electronic dance music

Dancecult is an independent, peer-reviewed journal for the study of electronic dance music culture (EDMC). As Dancecult is open access, you can download and read its archive of writing on EDMC going back to 2009. With increasing visibility of algorithms in dance

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Special issue of DANCECULT on algorithmic electronic dance music

Dancecult is an independent, peer-reviewed journal for the study of electronic dance music culture (EDMC). As Dancecult is open access, you can download and read its archive of writing on EDMC going back to 2009. With increasing visibility of algorithms in dance

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Special Issue on Live Coding in IJPADM

The third issue of the twentieth volume of the International Journal of Performance Art and Digital Mediawas about live coding, edited by Kate Sicchio and Thor Magnusson. This is a publication of a cutting-edge technology of music writing by some fantastic authors,

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Special Issue on Live Coding in IJPADM

The third issue of the twentieth volume of the International Journal of Performance Art and Digital Mediawas about live coding, edited by Kate Sicchio and Thor Magnusson. This is a publication of a cutting-edge technology of music writing by some fantastic authors,

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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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Errata//Data – Live Coding in Pittsburgh

Taking place on November 12th, 2016 in Pittsburgh, PA – Errata//Data will be featuring two live-coded performances by BLÆRG and Spednar using the Tidalcycles platform initiated by yaxu. The rest of the bill is comprised of live performances spanning various software and hardware suites.  Jeremy Bible will

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Errata//Data – Live Coding in Pittsburgh

Taking place on November 12th, 2016 in Pittsburgh, PA – Errata//Data will be featuring two live-coded performances by BLÆRG and Spednar using the Tidalcycles platform initiated by yaxu. The rest of the bill is comprised of live performances spanning various software and hardware suites.  Jeremy Bible will

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