i would like to participate using sonic pi i have a new composition thanks
2020-08-15 5:59 GMT-04:00, Brian Degger <brian.degger(a)gmail.com>:
I missed the boat, but have an interesting idea for a physical sound
using an industrial sewing machine and an electric guitar pickup...
Yet to prototype but have the materials in storage
On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 9:48 PM Alex McLean <alex(a)slab.org> wrote:
> *Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces: performance and craft*
> *Venue: *New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2020, 21-25 July,
> Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, United Kingdom *(hosted online)*
> *Format:* Research workshop with short ‘lightning’ presentations followed
> by moderated discussion.
> *Time and place:* Online, three hour workshop, 21st July 2020 BST. (hours
> to be decided in response to participant survey).
> *Proposal deadline: *24th May 2020 AoE.
> *Participation fee: *Free for all participants and presenters.
> *Outcome: *Exchange and generation of ideas, new contacts and potential
> new collaborations.
> The live coding field has grown over the past 20 years from a community
> of artists and researchers
> “changing rules while they are followed” -- that is, the creative
> of using a computer programming language as a live interface, mainly in
> performing arts. This field has since grown into the international
community, with dozens of local nodes
and offshoots such as Algorave
algorithmic dance music events, with events taking
> place in over a hundred cities with growing
> interest <https://mixmag.net/feature/algorave/4>
> Live coders have worked collectively to make their technology and culture
> accessible, with almost all systems shared as free/open source software
;, and attempts to
> instill inclusivity, diversity <https://github.com/Algorave/guidelines>
> and safety <https://github.com/Algorave/algoraveconduct>
> organisations and lineups. On this foundation, current research
in the field is increasingly looking outward,
> beyond now well-established practices such as algorave
;, livecode network music
and slow coding
;. This includes new interfaces based
> on old practices including the Stenophone
made from a court
> transcription device, a live-codable loom
based on ancient weaving
> technology, and experiments in punk genres such as riot grrrl remixed
> live codeable machine listening tools.
> This is a call for proposals for short demos, talks and other
> interventions exploring hybrid live coding interfaces in performance and
> For full details, please see:
> Algorave mailing list -- algorave(a)we.lurk.org
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