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March 15, 2008 | 4:02 pm

I finished my electronic music project at school (well actually 2 months ago but I wanted to make a windows version as well which unfortunately I didn’t succeed). It is a program that takes the stock exchange data and translates that data in music in real-time. Anyway, my teachers were really happy with this project, Magnus Lindberg also saw this program and was interested as well. I want to share it with you. Here is the downlaodlink (the file is biog because i added some example audio files). You can always send me suggestions. I hope you will like it

http://www.filemojo.com/018385241811973/Stockwatch.zip


March 15, 2008 | 4:57 pm

that’s cool! I am working on a program right now (with a friend) that
works the other way round. I use max (actually a very similar
program…) to influence the stock exchange in realtime (hehe)…
marius.

Samuel Van Ransbeeck wrote:
> I finished my electronic music project at school (well actually 2 months ago but I wanted to make a windows version as well which unfortunately I didn’t succeed). It is a program that takes the stock exchange data and translates that data in music in real-time. Anyway, my teachers were really happy with this project, Magnus Lindberg also saw this program and was interested as well. I want to share it with you. Here is the downlaodlink (the file is biog because i added some example audio files). You can always send me suggestions. I hope you will like it
>
> http://www.filemojo.com/018385241811973/Stockwatch.zip
>
>


March 15, 2008 | 5:51 pm

On 15 Mar 2008, at 16:57, marius schebella wrote:

> I use max (actually a very similar program…) to influence the
> stock exchange in realtime (hehe)…

I told you that creditcrunch~ was a bad idea, but you just wouldn’t
listen.

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March 15, 2008 | 6:14 pm

Nick Rothwell wrote:
> On 15 Mar 2008, at 16:57, marius schebella wrote:
>
>> I use max (actually a very similar program…) to influence the stock
>> exchange in realtime (hehe)…
>
> I told you that creditcrunch~ was a bad idea, but you just wouldn’t listen.

I thought if I set the variable @onlypunishgreedy 1, it would not hurt
the rest. my mistake…
marius.


March 17, 2008 | 7:47 am

Samuel Van Ransbeeck schrieb:
> http://www.filemojo.com/018385241811973/Stockwatch.zip

I’d love to listen to the stock crashes but the file doesn’t open
here… (oldfashioned Powerbook)


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March 17, 2008 | 3:37 pm

Interesting approach. Thanks for sharing. Any chance we could have a
look at the underlying patches and/or abstractions, etc.?

Thanks,

Steven

On Mar 15, 2008, at 10:02 AM, Samuel Van Ransbeeck wrote:

>
> I finished my electronic music project at school (well actually 2
> months ago but I wanted to make a windows version as well which
> unfortunately I didn’t succeed). It is a program that takes the
> stock exchange data and translates that data in music in real-time.
> Anyway, my teachers were really happy with this project, Magnus
> Lindberg also saw this program and was interested as well. I want
> to share it with you. Here is the downlaodlink (the file is biog
> because i added some example audio files). You can always send me
> suggestions. I hope you will like it

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March 22, 2008 | 7:15 am

sorry to chime in late.
it reminded me of tom hamiltons "london fix" cd, where he used data
from the london stockexchange (gold-price) to drive an installation.
(iirc it was also max-driven)

but nevertheless nice work, thanks for sharing.
h

http://www.hans-w-koch.net

Am 15.03.2008 um 17:02 schrieb Samuel Van Ransbeeck:
>
> I finished my electronic music project at school (well actually 2
> months ago but I wanted to make a windows version as well which
> unfortunately I didn’t succeed). It is a program that takes the
> stock exchange data and translates that data in music in real-time.
> Anyway, my teachers were really happy with this project, Magnus
> Lindberg also saw this program and was interested as well. I want to
> share it with you. Here is the downlaodlink (the file is biog
> because i added some example audio files). You can always send me
> suggestions. I hope you will like it
>
> http://www.filemojo.com/018385241811973/Stockwatch.zip
>


March 22, 2008 | 7:07 pm

All i hear are a lotta really low notes, and it feels the it’s about to crash. I tried adding an integer as a float $300, but it still feels like all the low level processing is about to crash, while the 2 processes hogging up all my CPU cycles are really just virii…
:)


March 22, 2008 | 7:08 pm

Joking aside, cool work, and seems rater timely. I’d love to see it installed somewhere near wall street with a big PA system.


March 22, 2008 | 7:36 pm

If you know people of NYSE, I would be thrilled to exhibit it there
;-)


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