The disklavier sessions

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 Stephen Ramsey.  Now Andrew Sorensen and Ben Swift have got their hands on a Disclavier, and here’s the result – live coding a piano.

They aren’t the first to achieve this feat, but this is beautifully done and filmed, and it’s great to see Andrew’s new(ish) Extempore live coding environment in full flow.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
David Sanders
David Sanders
8 years ago

Very interesting. Really gives you a sense for the increasingly visible role that computers, programming, and logical thinking now play in our daily lives.

Patrick B. (@cappelnord)

Just a short note, that we’ll provide a Disclavier at live.code.festival 2013, so there hopefully will be some piano coding in the concert :-)