Month: October 2015
Here’s the outcome of my LX-80 meddling, a performance curated by James Mooney as part of his Sounds Heard weekend. The printer performs a piece by Hugh Davies at the start, and I do my live coding bit at the end:
Here’s my first go at live coding the Epson LX-80, in preparation for the Hugh Davies concert in Leeds on 17th October. I’m just sending characters to print, and changing the print speed.. Already getting some interesting timbres out. It’s in sync with the rest of my Tidal stuff, although gets a bit behind towards the end when I send it too much data.. It catches up in the end.
Reminds me of seeing the awesome Treewave at the runme/dorkbot citycamp in 2004:
Just back from an inspiring few days in Barrow at Digital Media Labs.
Among other things I had a fun couple of improv sessions with Shelly, in order to see whether Gemma could see differences in brain activity (via EEG) between solo and collaborative live coding. Here’s one of them:
When I got back home I did this stream, the start inspired by a strange noise that cropped up halfway through the above..