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Will deliver anywhere! For simplicity there's one postage price for all. cheers On 3 April 2017 at 11:23, kjx <email obscured>> wrote: > I hope not, 'cos I just ordered some for NZ (which is about as far away from Sheffield as you can get) > >> On 3/04/2017, at 22:21PM, Graham Wakefield <email obscured>> wrote: >> >> Are these UK delivery only? Couldn’t figure out from the site without getting past the pay on paypal page… > > > -- > > Read the whole topic here: livecode: > http://lurk.org/r/topic/6dSpqestEyPnjvmtd0c0Ku > > To leave livecode, email <email obscured> with the following email subject: unsubscribe
I hope not, 'cos I just ordered some for NZ (which is about as far away from Sheffield as you can get) > On 3/04/2017, at 22:21PM, Graham Wakefield <email obscured>> wrote: > > Are these UK delivery only? Couldn’t figure out from the site without getting past the pay on paypal page…
Nice. Are these UK delivery only? Couldn’t figure out from the site without getting past the pay on paypal page…
Graham > On Apr 3, 2017, at 4:44 AM, Alex McLean <email obscured>> wrote: > > Hi all, > > Available for a short time (21 apr, but order earlier if you can), > algorave shirts with new + old design: > https://algorave.com/merch/ > > All proceeds in aid of access space, a fine charity in Sheffield > (disclaimer: I'm a trustee). I'm hoping this will make a real > difference to them, please help spread the word! > > The shirts themselves will be screenprinted in Sheffield on quality > fairtrade (or similar) tees. > > cheers > > -- > > Read the whole topic here: livecode: > http://lurk.org/r/topic/2Yz4C5jh0EiOpDndj3VtpC > > To leave livecode, email <email obscured> with the following email subject: unsubscribe
On 3 April 2017 at 00:11, Sicchio <email obscured>> wrote: > Please spread the word about our upcoming festival over here in NY. If some one wants to put it on slack that would be great cuz I hate that thing. Good luck with the fest! :D I know quite a few people who don't get on with the slack (as a quite intensive live chat system), but it feels that email-only forums exclude some people as well. Are there better options to replace or supplement slack chat? I was thinking of trying discourse, a web-based thingie which I believe has some email interaction.. So like the current groupserver on lurk.org but more up-to-date and focussed on the web. Here's a nice example of a discourse community http://llllllll.co/ any thoughts?
Hi all, Available for a short time (21 apr, but order earlier if you can), algorave shirts with new + old design: https://algorave.com/merch/ All proceeds in aid of access space, a fine charity in Sheffield (disclaimer: I'm a trustee). I'm hoping this will make a real difference to them, please help spread the word! The shirts themselves will be screenprinted in Sheffield on quality fairtrade (or similar) tees.
Hi All Please spread the word about our upcoming festival over here in NY. If some one wants to put it on slack that would be great cuz I hate that thing.
K8x -- Source Festival May 19-21st Brooklyn NY Join LiveCode.NYC and IDM at NYU for 3 days of performances, discussions, workshops, and of course an algorave, all centered around the practice of Live Coding. Music, visuals and even dance will be created with interactive systems as part of a festival celebrating coding in real time. More Coming Soon… https://www.facebook.com/events/423585617976951/ <https://www.facebook.com/events/423585617976951/> About LiveCode.NYC... We are a meet up group that focuses on the practice of live coding. We run several kinds of events. We like to say, "We are language agnostic and not medium specific. We live code games in LISP, music in Extempore, dance in Java, and everything in between. We program systems as they are running. Life changes in real-time and so does our code. Livecode.NYC.” http://livecode.nyc/ <http://livecode.nyc/> — Dr. Kate Sicchio http://www.sicchio.com New Book: Art and Technology in Practice: Techne, Technique, Technology https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138934115
done! It is always exciting to talk about livecoding <3
Done! I particularly enjoyed the question about rebellion.
On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 5:39 PM, Mauro <email obscured>> wrote: > done! > > On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 8:32 PM, Matthew Harazim < > <email obscured>> wrote: > > > Hi everyone, I'm currently writing an undergraduate dissertation on live > > coding, and was wondering whether if anyone felt like answering a couple > > questions about it? > > > > You can find it at: > > > > https://surveyhero.com/c/1398f4b > > > > All contributions are greatly appreciated! > > -- > > > > Read the whole topic here: livecode: > > http://lurk.org/r/topic/2HbdaQJEKLkS6YHhGgpMBd > > > > To leave livecode, email <email obscured> with the following > email > > subject: unsubscribe > > > > -- > > Read the whole topic here: livecode: > http://lurk.org/r/topic/19yi6DRApMTvGgAae2AmtS > > To leave livecode, email <email obscured> with the following email > subject: unsubscribe > -- Jeff Brown | Jeffrey Benjamin Brown Website <https://msu.edu/~brown202/> | Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/mejeff.younotjeff> | LinkedIn <https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreybenjaminbrown>(spammy, so I often miss messages here) | Github <https://github.com/jeffreybenjaminbrown>
done! On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 8:32 PM, Matthew Harazim <
<email obscured>> wrote: > Hi everyone, I'm currently writing an undergraduate dissertation on live > coding, and was wondering whether if anyone felt like answering a couple > questions about it? > > You can find it at: > > https://surveyhero.com/c/1398f4b > > All contributions are greatly appreciated! > -- > > Read the whole topic here: livecode: > http://lurk.org/r/topic/2HbdaQJEKLkS6YHhGgpMBd > > To leave livecode, email <email obscured> with the following email > subject: unsubscribe >
Hi everyone, I'm currently writing an undergraduate dissertation on live coding, and was wondering whether if anyone felt like answering a couple questions about it? You can find it at: https://surveyhero.com/c/1398f4b All contributions are greatly appreciated!
alex FARM Workshop 2017: Functional Art, Music, Modelling and Design Posted at 10:20pm, Mar 31
5th ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Functional Art, Music, Modelling and Design Oxford, UK, September, 9th 2017 Key Dates: Submission deadline June 1, 2017 Author Notification July 1, 2017 Camera Ready July 13, 2017 Call for Papers and Demos: The ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Functional Art, Music, Modelling and Design (FARM) gathers together people who are harnessing functional techniques in the pursuit of creativity and expression. It is co-located with ICFP 2017, the 22nd ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming. Functional Programming has emerged as a mainstream software development paradigm, and its artistic and creative use is booming. A growing number of software toolkits, frameworks and environments for art, music and design now employ functional programming languages and techniques. FARM is a forum for exploration and critical evaluation of these developments, for example to consider potential benefits of greater consistency, tersity, and closer mapping to a problem domain. FARM encourages submissions from across art, craft and design, including textiles, visual art, music, 3D sculpture, animation, GUIs, video games, 3D printing and architectural models, choreography, poetry, and even VLSI layouts, GPU configurations, or mechanical engineering designs. Theoretical foundations, language design, implementation issues, and applications in industry or the arts are all within the scope of the workshop. The language used need not be purely functional (“mostly functional” is fine), and may be manifested as a domain specific language or tool. Moreover, submissions focusing on questions or issues about the use of functional programming are within the scope. FARM 2017 website : http://functional-art.org/2017/ Submissions We welcome submissions from academic, professional, and independent programmers and artists. Submissions are invited in three categories: 1) Original papers We solicit original papers in the following categories: - Original research - Overview / state of the art - Technology tutorial All submissions must propose an original contribution to the FARM theme. FARM is an interdisciplinary conference, so a wide range of approaches are encouraged. An original paper should have 5 to 12 pages, be in portable document format (PDF), using the ACM SIGPLAN style guidelines and use the ACM SIGPLAN template. [ http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author/ ] Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library as part of the FARM 2017 proceedings. See http://authors.acm.org/main.cfm for information on the options available to authors. Authors are encouraged to submit auxiliary material for publication along with their paper (source code, data, videos, images, etc.); authors retain all rights to the auxiliary material. 2) Demo proposals Demo proposals should describe a demonstration to be given at the FARM workshop and its context, connecting it with the themes of FARM. A demo could be in the form of a short (10-20 minute) tutorial, presentation of work-in-progress, an exhibition of some work, or even a performance. Demo proposals should be in plain text, HTML or Markdown format, and not exceed 2000 words. A demo proposal should be clearly marked as such, by prepending Demo Proposal: to the title. Demo proposals will be published on the FARM website. A summary of the demo performances will also be published as part of the conference proceedings, to be prepared by the program chair. 3) Calls for collaboration Calls for collaboration should describe a need for technology or expertise related to the FARM theme. Examples may include but are not restricted to: - art projects in need of realization - existing software or hardware that may benefit from functional programming - unfinished projects in need of inspiration Calls for collaboration should be in plain text, HTML or Markdown format, and not exceed 5000 words. A call for collaboration should be clearly marked as such, by prepending Call for Collaboration: to the title. Calls for collaboration will be published on the FARM website. Submission is via EasyChair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=farm2017 Authors take note The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work. Questions If you have any questions about what type of contributions that might be suitable, or anything else regarding submission or the workshop itself, please contact the organisers at: <email obscured> All presentations at FARM 2017 will be recorded. Permission to publish the resulting video (in all probability on YouTube, along with the videos of ICFP itself and the other ICFP-colocated events) will be requested on-site.
Dan S Audio Mostly 2017 “Augmented and Participatory Sound/Music Experiences”: Regular Paper Deadline Extension Posted at 4:57pm, Mar 29
Hi all CALL FOR MUSIC is the main reason I'm fwding this. London, late August, lots of interesting audio people around, play some music:
Cheers Dan ------------------------------------------------------------------------ *From:* Mathieu Barthet <email obscured>> *Sent:* Wednesday, March 29, 2017 5:08 PM *To:* <email obscured> *Subject:* Audio Mostly 2017 “Augmented and Participatory Sound/Music Experiences”: Regular Paper Deadline Extension [Apologies for cross-postings] *12th International Audio Mostly Conference 2017* “Augmented and Participatory Sound/Music Experiences” 23-26 August 2017, Queen Mary University of London (UK) Conference website: http://audiomostly.com <http://audiomostly.com/> Dear all, Audio Mostly is an interdisciplinary conference on design and experience of interaction with sound that embraces applied theory and reflective practice. The 12th edition of the conference, organised by the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London (UK), will be held on 23-26 August 2017 on the theme “Augmented and Participatory Sound/Music Experiences”. Due to numerous requests from potential contributors, the submission deadline of regular papers has been extended to *10 April 2017* (23:59 BST, i.e. GMT+1). If possible, we encourage authors to initiate their submission on EasyChair by 31st March 2017 by selecting the topics relevant to their work and submitting a draft paper that includes the title and abstract. Authors can then update their submission as desired until the extended deadline (title and abstract can be modified). The papers will only be sent to reviewers after the extended deadline, i.e. once the papers have been finalised by authors. Audio Mostly 2017 encourages the submission of regular papers, music, demos, and workshop proposals. This year the theme of the conference is “Augmented and Participatory Sound/Music Experiences”, but the Audio Mostly conference series is interested in sound interaction and design in general, and provides a space to reflect on the role of sound/music in our lives and how to innovate to create new experiences through sound. The conference welcomes studies in fields such as human computer interaction, music informatics, sound design, acoustics, signal processing, computer science, information and communication technologies, information visualisation, music composition, perception/cognition and aesthetics. Please visit our detailed call for contributions for further information: *Call for papers*: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/call-for-papers/ *Call for music*: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/call-for-music/ *Call for demos*: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/call-for-demos/ *Call for workshops*: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/call-for-workshops/ *Call for special session on “Augmented and Participatory Performance”*: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/special-sessions/ *Authors’ instructions and information on the submission* process are provided here: http://audiomostly.com/contributions/authors-instructions-submission/ *Keynote speakers* We are very pleased to announce that Andy Farnell will be one of the keynote speakers at Audio Mostly 2017. More information at: http://audiomostly.com/keynotes/ *Website*: http://audiomostly.com <http://audiomostly.com/> *Twitter*: @AudioMostly *Important dates* All the deadlines below are by 23:59 BST (GMT+1) on the announced day.** Deadline for regular papers (incl. special session papers): *10 April 2017* Deadline for music, demo and workshop submissions: *28 April 2017* Notification of acceptance for regular papers: *22 May 2017* Notification of acceptance for music, demo and workshops: *5 June 2017* Camera-ready paper submission: *23 June 2017* Early registration deadline: *7 July 2017* Conference: *23-26 August 2017* *Colocation with the 3rd Web Audio Conference (WAC)* The conference will be collocated with the 3rd Web Audio Conference (WAC) “Collaborative Audio” (21-23 August 2017), with one day, Wednesday the 23rd, a common day between the two events. Participants will have the opportunity to attend both events at a discounted rate. *Contact* For more information or questions, please contact the organising committee at: <email obscured> We look forward to welcome you in London in August 2017! *Audio Mostly 2017 Conference Committee* *General Chair* George Fazekas, QMUL *Paper and Program Chairs* Mathieu Barthet and Tony Stockman, QMUL *Demonstration and Poster Chairs* Fabio Morreale and Johan Pauwels, QMUL *Music Chair* Adib Mehrabi, QMUL *Workshop Chair* Angela McArthur, QMUL *Other Organising Committee Members* Gary Bromham, Beici Liang, Hazar Emre Tez, Sue White, William James Wilkinson, Thomas Wilmering (QMUL)
alex AlgoMech 8-12 Nov 2017, Sheffield - call for proposals Posted at 10:01am, Mar 23
AlgoMech 2017: UNMAKING The Festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement 8-12th November 2017, Sheffield UK http://algomech.com/ AlgoMech takes place in the city centre of Sheffield UK, at venues including the Millennium Gallery and Access Space. The festival will showcase Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement from the perspective of the arts and arts-science, through performances, talks, hands-on workshops, installations and a symposium. AlgoMech takes a long view, bringing together creative approaches that bridge digital technology, industrial mechanisms, and/or ancient crafts to celebrating human and/or robotic movement. The second iteration of the festival will take place between the 8-12th November 2017. We invite brief proposals for performances, talks and workshops which address this year’s theme of Unmaking. Last year’s festival included clog dancing, live coding, shelf-building, mechanical techno, sonified blackwork embroidery, hacked cellos, e-textiles, music boxes, performance art, algorithmic choreography, mechanical drawing, hand clapping, poetry, and an algorithmic rave. This year we would like to showcase work which addresses the unmaking theme, either by building upon (or taking apart) last year’s programme, or taking it in a completely different direction. We encourage involvement from people from across artforms, genres, background, and levels of experience. Please submit a brief description of your work by 13th April 2017, using the below form. This should take no longer than the time it takes to drink a cup of tea, we will be in contact if we require further details. https://goo.gl/forms/B17wtUPTcHEyXmlF3 If you have any questions please contact us at: <email obscured> The festival will also include an arts-research symposium on the topic of unmaking, a call for which will follow later.
shelly.knotts Call for papers: Algorithmic electronic dance music Posted at 11:56am, Mar 21
CFP: Algorithmic Electronic Dance Music Deadline Reminder: 23rd March 2017 Special edition of Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture Guest Editors: Shelly Knotts and Nick Collins http://dj.dancecult.net/ Algorithms are at the heart of the virtual studio software applications underwriting so much contemporary dance music, but are normally the prior preserve of music engineering teams rather than musicians. This special issue, however, engages with algorithms as musical material, and especially with music which is inherently founded on computer programming technique. A recent manifestation of this is the algorave, an explicit site of live algorithmic electronic dance music (EDM), produced through such means as on stage computer programming (algorave.com). Creators of EDM have vast amounts of software at their disposal, including specific musical programming languages; modern digital audio workstations now often include the capacity to utilise a programming language, such as Python and Max/MSP embedded within Ableton Live, or Logics MIDI Scripter. The history of algorithmic techniques within mainstream and experimental fringe dance music predates the coining of the term algorave (Collins and McLean 2014). Powerful computer music coding environments have been co-opted for use in club contexts, by such well known figures as Autechre (Max/MSP), BT (Csound, Composers Desktop Project), Cylob, Aphex Twin (SuperCollider), and Holly Herndon (Chuck), amongst many others. Some artists have written their own software from scratch, such as the generative gabba-techno artists slub, or commissioned others to supply it, as with Coldcut and the VJamm and Coldcutter programs. Research in this area extends from the introduction of new algorithmic techniques for the production of dance music, to the computational analysis of existing EDM, via critical appraisal of algorithms in the wild. Live realtime systems, as well as offline studio software, have been developed. An increasingly algorithmically literate culture will see increasingly algorithmically literate music, and the rise of music-oriented computer programming has great implications for future directions within EDM. (2014) Nick Collins and Alex McLean Algorave: live performance of algorithmic electronic dance music. Proceedings of NIME 2014, London // SUGGESTED THEMES // Potential themes for articles include (but are not limited to): - Analysis of the work of algorithmic EDM artists - Computational analysis procedures for EDM - Surveying algorithmic techniques in EDM production - Algorithmic composition projects based on EDM styles - Live coding and EDM - Web browser based dance music systems (e.g., via Flash, HTML5, Web Audio API et al.) - Music Information Retrieval (MIR) systems and EDM content creation - The programming of interactive systems for EDM creation - Music pedagogy through coding of EDM (e.g., Sonic Pi, EarSketch et al.) - Gender, ethnicity and social trends at the crossover of computer music and club culture - Collaborating with and through algorithms; EDM groups of musical programmers - Algorithmic audiovisuals for club performance - Performance and audience reception of Algorithmic EDM // SUBMISSIONS // Feature Articles: Feature Articles will be peer-reviewed and are 60009000 words in length (including endnotes, captions and bibliography). For policies, see: https://dj.dancecult.net/index.php/dancecult/about/editorialPolicies#sectionPolicies From the Floor Articles: This special edition will also include articles in From the Floor format (7502500 words), which are very suitable for an artist to critically evaluate their own practice, or an academic to discuss new experiments. This format will be of particular interest to scholars and practitioners who wish to share some of the insights of their work, but are unable to devote the time necessary for a feature-length article. See guidelines at the Section Policies link above. Articles must adhere to all style and formatting rules stipulated in the Dancecult Style Guide (DSG). Download it here: https://dj.dancecult.net/public/journals/24/dancecult_styleguide.pdf Multimedia Submissions: Dancecult encourages authors to complement their written work with audio and visual material. See the DSG for style and formatting requirements. // DATES AND DEADLINES // This special edition is proposed for publication in Dancecult on 1 November 2018. If interested, send a 250-word abstract (along with a one hundred word maximum author biography) to Shelly Knotts <email obscured>) by 23rd March 2017. If your abstract is accepted, the deadline for submission of a full article draft to the guest editors for their comments is 1 October 2017. Beyond that, the deadline for online submission to Dancecult (for blind peer-review) is 1 February 2018. Please send enquiries and expressions of interest to Shelly Knotts: <email obscured> A PDF version of this call, with live links and editor biographies, is available from: http://composerprogrammer.com/algoraveCFP.pdf
Hello TOPLAP, I want to invite you to an evening around the kitchen in WORM (Rotterdam) on the 29th: https://worm.org/production/coded-kitchen-presentation/ I'll send more information about this modular system when I have it (most likely after the event, though). Looking forward to seeing you, Gottfried
Hi all, Tidal v 0.9 is now out! You will need to update both tidal and superdirt. You can update tidal by pasting this into from the commandline: cabal update ; cabal install tidal If you are doing midi stuff then also run this: cabal install tidal-midi Then update SuperDirt by starting supercollider, and from the menus selecting Language then Quarks. You can then click 'check for updates' and then uninstall and reinstall SuperDirt by clicking on the button to the left of its name once so it goes grey, and once again so it goes green again. Then click 'recompile class library'. Below in the same window you should see that the version has changed to '0.9'. It seems that sometimes you need to restart supercollider to see this. We will try to finish a guide to what has changed soon but you can find some new stuff on the website http://tidalcycles.org/ Have fun!
A very nice looking workshop in Toscana Call for Participation Improvisational Creativity Workshop Monash University Centre, Prato, Tuscany, Italy 19-21 July 2017 Dear Alex, We’re emailing to invite you to participate in a new workshop on Improvisational Creativity on 19-21 July 2017, to be held in Prato, Italy. We also hope you may be able to forward this call to relevant mailing lists such as TopLap or eu-gene. The workshop aims to bring together leading experts and emerging researchers working across the technical, creative and critical aspects of improvisation with computer systems. It will investigate how digital technologies and artificial intelligence can support and enhance human creativity. With a specific focus on improvisation, the aim is to foster new research collaborations and advance the state-of-the-art in this emerging field. The workshop programme includes peer-reviewed paper presentations, keynote talks by leading researchers, hands-on tutorials and a performance evening. You can find more information on our website: http://improvinterfaces.org/home/workshop-in-tuscany If you are interested in participating we would ask you to register your interest at: http://improvinterfaces.org/home/workshop-in-tuscany/register before 31st March. Workshop places are limited so we advise you to register your interest in participating as soon as possible. Please feel free to forward this invitation on to any colleagues you think may also be interested in participating. Thanks and we hope to see you in Prato in July.