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Extempore audiovisual live programming

25th July 2018 In Music, News 1 Comment

Extempore is a programming language and runtime environment designed to support cyberphysical programming, where a human programmer operates as an active agent in the world. You might have seen Extempore used for livecoding—making

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Your post is too short…

28th June 2018 In News, Social Comments Off on Your post is too short…

I’ve noticed that some bloggers are putting agonising efforts to show off Thousands of meaningless words and these kind of articles could be written with 10 words but they have

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Music?

22nd June 2018 In Music, News, Social Comments Off on Music?

Who thinks it’s easy to create nice and unique music? Obviously not .. In addition to music studies, we need images and feelings and, moreover, a daily life full of

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Sonic Pi live coding

15th May 2018 In Music, News Leave a comment

Software programmer and musician Sam Aaron has made it his mission to “play the computer”, and to help others do the same. From his base in the University of Cambridge

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Radium music editor

16th March 2018 In Music, News Comments Off on Radium music editor

I am particularly pleased about the inclusion of my musical ideas as demo songs for Radium Music Editor. Radium evolves from the developer of the legendary Octamed (Amiga) Kjetil Matheussen.

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Greece a country of tolerance

8th December 2017 In News Leave a comment

There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by sword. The other is by debt. – John Adams Hidden behind the gray shades of the current

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