Live Coding – 13th Jan 2015

http://pastebin.com/WTxh15uM – The ‘setup’ file used, the filepaths at the bottom are specific to my system, which were folders filled with percussive samples

http://pastebin.com/vp4qG8K0 – The code written during the performance. Samples b,c,e,f were live-recorded voice snippets.

Here is a video and the code produced of my last live coding performance at Newcastle University on the 13th January. The performance was a response to two briefs given for a project for the first semester of the year – ‘the voice’ and ‘repetition’. The first half of the performance builds up a texture by manipulating and layering four live-recorded voice samples, and the second half of the performance introduces only percussive elements, layering conditional-based percussive patterns on top of the skeleton of the ‘voice’ section to create very little verbatim repetition, but a repetitive framework based on simple mathematical structures.

I’ve also uploaded a piece of livecoding based on the harmonic series of a 200Hz drone

along with code – 

On the 25th of January i’ll be going to leeds for a live coding performance using cut-up public domain poetry and semantically derived musical content – ‘on-the-fly codepoetry’ at Wharf Chambers, Leeds on the 25h of January – http://www.wharfchambers.org/events/icalrepeat.detail/2015/01/25/549/78/on-the-fly-codepoetry.html

 

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