Never have I had as much reading to do as in the first two weeks of my grad school career. Research papers, research papers everywhere!!! Well, not physical copies, per se, but PDFs. Which brings me to my point – all week, I’ve been pondering the impending release of several promising 13-ish-inch ereaders (one from Onyx, one […]
In short, I’ll be posting updates about this year’s NIME 2015 conference very soon! Stay tuned for all kinds of tidbits on experimental music and tech (starting with the fabulous RedStick Festival events beginning tomorrow). It’s gonna be great, ya’ll!
Anyone familiar with the concept of live coding can appreciate Thor Magnussen’s contributions to it. Magnussen’s creation, the Threnoscope, is a program for creating and visualizing pieces of musical code. What makes the Threnoscope both practical and very fun is the ease with which its user can create, view, and change music within its interface. Watching Magnussen’s […]