My friend Mike Metlay recently asked me to perform with him on a live StillStream webcast scheduled for June 30, 2007.
Zuckung from Amoebazoid is the newest c74 music release. Your music sounds both intricate and spontaneous.
Typically, when I talk to Jitter users about writing one's own shader programs for use with jit.gl.slab, I usually get glazed-over eyes and this sort of distant look of wonder.
Bert Schiettecatte is the founder of Percussa, a music hardware and software company located near Leuven, Belguim.
I first became aware of Luke DuBois when I heard his band’s CD Freight Elevator Quartet.
Growing out of and growing tired of our 379A Clementina Street location, Cycling '74 is moving its headquarters into a great new space a few blocks away at 730 Clementina Street.
Creating Your Own Interface In the previous installments, I've tried to give you a quick hands-on feel for how radiaL operates, paying particular attention to how you can develop a feel for radiaL's nonlinear playback modes by listening.
We held another Max/MSP/Jitter workshop from the 27th to the 30th of March in the Dutch city of Delft (yes, as in "that color blue associated with porcelain").
This is perhaps an unusual article for Cycling '74 to put on their web site, because it has to do with all the languages that Max/MSP isn't.
An informal guide to some bonus externs and some patching and building techniques. For Mac users, the bonus-externs folder is located at: ./Library/Application Support/C74 Plug-in Support/Pluggo Support/bonus-externs/ For Windows users, the bonus-externs folder is located at: c:Program FilesCommon FilesC74 Plug-in SupportPluggo Supportbonus-externs It is put there by the various Pluggo installers. This folder contains a number of extra externals which we use in the various Pluggo based plug-in packages.
Max is all about making connections.
In our last installment, I tried to present some really simple and (I hope) explanatory samples of some of the easiest ways to generate and organize variety on the fly using radiaL.
One of the beauties of Max is its simplicity: the ability to quickly create a patch that does something artistically interesting.
The Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF) is a yearly event sponsored by the Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society (KEAMS).
I've been asked to write a couple of articles that discuss how I learned radiaL, and how I approach using it in a live performance setting -- both as a soloist and in an ensemble setting.
With an enigmatic name that refers to a specific time and activity of questionable relationship to the organization's actual purpose, Cycling '74 has received its share of athletic sponsorship requests during its nine year history.
Voiceband Jilt, the CD of my work released on the c74 label last year, took as its source material a set of recordings called the "Invalid Object" series.
I tend to look at larger bodies of work -- novels, recordings - even things like software, I suppose -- and wonder if there's a single point at which everything began.
Introduction In this second installment of the ReWire Essentials series, we are going to look at hosting ReWire client applications.
This last week saw several Cycling '74 folks leaving behind their solitary monastic cells and journeying to the great city of N'awlins [New Orleans, to the rest of you] for the 2006 ICMC computer music conference and festival.
At Cycling '74 we brainstorm once in awhile (usually shortly before a trade show) about possible C74 schwag.