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  1. Procrastinatus Part I


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    The Procrastinatus Video Part I Continue whith Part II http://vimeo.com/17222086 A seamless but lowfi version http://vimeo.com/17436166 This 78 min video is the edit of an audiovisual performance…

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    • GSOC Tomato Branch: Camera Tracking


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      This year's Google Summer of Code brings some exciting new features. One of them is Camera Tracking, which is currently being developed in the so called "Tomato Branch" by Sergey Sharybin…

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      • Freedom to The Galaxy


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        godxiliary ∞♥ proudly supports freedom to the galaxy.... learn more: http://skateoftheunion.com/OMG_WTF_LOL.html

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        • Game Of Life Sequencer in Processing


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          Tutorial about building a MIDI game of life sequencer in processing. You can download the sourcecode at http://ruinwesen.com/support . Download the quicktime version to have better looking text, it's…

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            Peter Samuelson, interviewer. 29 April 2010.

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            • Vidness iPad set


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              This half hour live recording shows a Vidness set being played with two iPads. One with a custom Lemur controller layout controlling the other running a custom Unity3d renderer, both of which are…

            • Algorithms are Thoughts, Chainsaws are Tools


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              A short film on livecoding presented as part of the Critical Code Studies Working Group, March 2010, by Stephen Ramsay. Presents a "live reading" of a performance by composer Andrew Sorensen.…

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              • How to Hack Overtone with Emacs


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                Please note - this process is now outdated. Read the Overtone wiki documentation for the latest install process: http://github.com/overtone/overtone/wiki/ This screencast will walk you through…

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                • iproducer #4 - Unlink and Conquer + Bonus


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                  This workshop demo video is about using Live’s unique clip unlinked envelopes and Ableton’s effects to easily create elaborated sequenced sounds as well as a “how to” create…

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                  • Real Scenes: Detroit


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                    You can't talk about electronic music without mentioning Detroit. That's why in the second edition of Real Scenes, RA and Bench went to the city which birthed the genre we now call techno.…

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                    • ETHNO TEKH | live at Enig'matik Vibrations [Melb,Aus] 2012


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                      This is real-time, jamming and layering with Kinect-controlled audio/visual instruments, and not a pre-scripted show. 1:34 - "Tekhnology" 3:10 - Scratch solo 5:20 - Playing music with…

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                      • SmackTop 0.1 Demo


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                        SmackTop is an open-source utility for Mac laptops which allows you to control your favorite piece of music-making software by tilting and smacking your laptop. http://code.google.com/p/smacktop/ In…

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