I am playing two gigs in London this week. The first one is a livecoding gig, which will be my first time livecoding, so I'm a bit nervous that I will be really boring. I will basically be constructing Pd patches and sequences from scratch.
The second one is an Ill FM gig which will be broadcast on the radio. I'll be doing my normal Pd-with-the-laptop-lid-closed-and-a-midi-controller set.
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Part two in the first series of livecoded music events in London.
Live coding is a new direction in electronic music and video, and is starting to get somewhere interesting. Live coders expose and rewire the innards of software while it generates improvised music and/or visuals. All code manipulation is projected for your pleasure.
When: 7pm - 11pm, Wednesday 5th August 2009
Featuring: chr15m (making machines that make machines make music) MCLD (beatboxing + livecoding, is it possible?) Yee-King + Click Nilson (algorithmic choreography) openSlub (crowdsourced livecoding)
Place: The Roebuck 50 Great Dover Street London SE1 4YG
Door tax: Free
Tube: Borough (5 mins walk) London Bridge (9 mins walk)
More info: http://toplap.org/uk/