Monday 11 January 2010 at 20:00
Republic! Just in time programming music in networks.
Algorithms as letters; acoustic code art; writing programs while they run.
Conversational programming in a networked ensemble.
Already in the 1960s, conversational programming languages arose in the intersection of telecommunications, programming and conputer experiments. As graphical interfaces dominate the interaction with computers today, the literary aspects of programming have taken the back seat. Algorithmic sound synthesis have given this form of improvisation an interesting objective: in acoustics we depend on experiments. Programming becomes part of algorithmic music, and not just its preparation.
Julian Rohrhuber and Alberto de Campo have been developing software for and performing with just in time programming languages and in networked contexts for years, most prominently in the ensemble powerbooks_unplugged. This presentation with a larger group is using a new library for networked music written in SC3, Republic.
Mo. Jan 11, 2010,
8 pm / 20h
NK, Elsenstrasse 52,
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