Occasional news from Flexatone HFP.
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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 TImap view of athenaCL, showing the output of various Generator ParameterObjects. More information.
The dual-analog gamepad controller. The Martingale Pd library features numerous instruments and compositions employing this controller. More information.