Category Archives for Software
These images were not created while I was drinking. Rather, they were created using an algorithm that combines several random walks, which are also known as drunk walks.
Massive is a Native Instruments synthesizer that is strongly associated with dubstep, and with modern electronica in general. As a commercial product, it is primarily designed for use as a musical instrument within the setting of pitched, tonal music. Still, … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce the release of Disconnected, and album of algorithmic sound collages generated by pulling sounds from the web. I prefer to call this album semi-algorithmic because some of the music is purely software-generated, while other pieces are … Continue reading
“Cannot Connect” is a problem for both computers and for people. When dealing with technology, we receive this message when we try to use something new. For people, this can be a problem in every sort of relationship. The keyboard … Continue reading
Becoming is an algorithmic composition program written in java, that builds upon some of John Cage’s frequently employed compositional processes. Cage often used the idea of a “gamut” in his compositions. A gamut could be a collection of musical fragments, … Continue reading
This software translates media from a mapping startup into a performable map.