Hi everyone. Just wanted to intruduce myself. I'm a computer musician making: various forms of electro-funk and bass music, ambiental drone, noise and sonic experiments, expanded cinema and video projects. I also do queer performance, run a small local Creative Commons netlabel Kamizdat w/ boutique physical releases, and I'm a heavy user of FLOSS & Linux. I'm huge fan of fediverse and I run sonomu.club and toot.si Mastodon instances.
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My latest audio release is called 'xenotopic networks' and is a derivation from an audio-visual work 'trans.fail/xenotopic.network'. - lukaprincic.bandcamp.com/album/xenotopic-networks. It was written in #SuperCollider and the code (quite messy) is [
hello, hope that i won't spoil myself when i do this kind of promo as my first post, but it is not a typical self-promo, as it is more of a showcase of other creators works few weeks ago for my university course i created a website, that aggregates w
hello! I joined here and forgot! will try to take more of a look. here's a recent set I played with background visuals processing some of my favorite garbage content from youtube
hello everyone :-) just wanted to share some update since my last post here. I have been working a bit more on my WIP experimental environment for [collaborative or not] live coding. I call it c0l1v3 and you can check it out here The documentation is
clang.gg friends! long time no see? speak? i've been working on game dev things, but this evening took a much needed break and dove back into tidal cycles with a little dance tunes
I'm a huge fan of Bitwig, but was disappointed by the lack of support for the LaunchPad Pro Mk3, so I made a controller script. It was nice to take 2 solidified platforms, Bitwig and the Launchpad Pro Mk3 and just wire them together, no design/featur
Great list of #maxmsp packages to try from Cycling74. Do you have any to add?
Hi clangers, I thought I'd share a relatively unique and successful experience I've been facilitating the last 12 months (our 1 year anniversary is this week!), which is a weekly collaborative livecoding jam session. As a regular player of analog ins
I thought I'd finally post an introduction and share a project from last year that might be of interest here. I'm Matt (emenel online), an artist and musician from Toronto. I work mainly with computation in a material sense and explore the poetics of
Hey, nice to be part of this community. I am an electronic music producer working at the intersection of art music and tech - I work with with an international collective of technologists and multidisciplinary designers to create immersive shows incl
Hey everyone, Knut from Tromsø/Norway here. Thanks for this site, it seems like a nice place for diverse discussions on music production, live coding and related projects! I'd like to share a project I've been working on for the last couple of years
Hi clang community, I would like to share various things I've made using different software. I'll be diving into TidalCycles more this year. Looking forward! [orca](https://gavart.ist/#orc%CE%BB) • [maxmsp](https://gavart.ist/#Max%2FMSP) • [renoi
This podcast interview with shared by on the joys of #livecoding will be a great listen when I'm scrubbing pots later on.
VIDEO HERE: I've been taking a break from the box/coding environment with my beloved RS7000, conjuring up organic sounds. This is a little excerpt from a bigger piece I'm working on called "greenfire", sounds like a hymn to a great mountain god or th
Hi everyone, My name is Hector MacInnes, I'm a musician and a sound artist and I've been doing some projects over the last couple of years thinking about how #MaxMSP (or [insert creative programming environment here]) might be used as a #storytelling