1. Frank Barknecht - Abstractions for getting things done


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    rj is an open source library of Pure Data abstractions that was developed as part of the RjDj project to support developing reactive music scenes for mobile devices like the iPhone running a variant…

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    • Andie Nordgren and Martin Roth from RjDj


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      The reactive music artists and entrepreneurs from RjDj will talk about reactive music, what it means for music production, distribution and consumption. They will demo the latest reactive scenes from…

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      • Inbound


        from M. Willis Added 461 3 1

        A trance-like journey from from Harvard Square to South Station on Boston's Red Line subway. Shot with iPhone.

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        • hk ambient.1


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          The music and sound effects for this video were made and recorded live with my iPhone and the app RjDj.

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          • Stelios Manousakis - The Network Is A Blind Space


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            The Network Is a Blind Space is a distributed, micro-telematic, interactive sound art installation that explores the physical yet invisible electromagnetic spaces created by WiFi networks. Wireless…

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            • Editing drum patterns in RjDj/Pd


              from Frank Barknecht Added 4,166 22 0

              This little Pd tutorial shows how easy it can be to edit drum patterns with the abstractions in the free rj-library for rjdj.me. The sound starts late and gets a little shaky sometimes, but hey, it's…

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              • Broken Record Episode 2


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                Edisode Two: Commerce Do people really download? Nicolle and Stefan go to the streets to ask how people get their music. Business-type people tell us about the current state of the music industry,…

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