Occasional news from Flexatone HFP.
Find my recent musical activities via Twitter and Soundcloud.
KIOKU's premier CD, Both Far and Near, has received a number of reviews. See the links below.
My new article, "Interrogator as Critic: The Turing Test and the Evaluation of Generative Music Systems," is now available in the Computer Music Journal.
My new article, "Two Pioneering Projects from the Early History of Computer-Aided Algorithmic Composition," is now available in the Computer Music Journal.
My new article, "Python at the Control Rate: athenaCL Generators as Csound Signals," is now available from the Csound Journal.
I will be performing solo live electronics at Opensound Saturday, 15 October 2011. Doors open at 7:30. Opensound is held at Third Life Studio, Union Square, Somerville, MA.
Three products of interest now available on Amazon.com: KIOKU's premier CD, Both Far and Near; Resonance, featuring the composition "phanopoeiac"; and An Open Design for Computer-Aided Algorithmic Composition: athenaCL.
An external view of Stillchime No. 1. The left panel exposes a multi-color LED, a photo-resisitor, and temperature sensor. More information.
Christopher Ariza performing live electronics with KIOKU. More information.
The dual-analog gamepad controller. The Martingale Pd library features numerous instruments and compositions employing this controller. More information.
The TImap view of athenaCL, showing the output of various Generator ParameterObjects. More information.