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[[Crucible Theme: Music technology]]
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Computer programming is usually done in private, and very carefully. Live coding is a kind of musical performance where programs are written on stage, in front of an audience. Improcess is creating new tools for music programming.
 
Computer programming is usually done in private, and very carefully. Live coding is a kind of musical performance where programs are written on stage, in front of an audience. Improcess is creating new tools for music programming.
  
 
[[Sam Aaron]] demonstrates early results in this video:
 
[[Sam Aaron]] demonstrates early results in this video:
 
http://vimeo.com/22798433
 
http://vimeo.com/22798433
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The Improcess project was initiated as an experimental application of the [[Cross-cultural partnership template]].
  
 
Other collaborators:
 
Other collaborators:
  
* Ian Cross
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* [[Alan Blackwell]]
* Richard Hoadley
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* [[Ian Cross]]
* Tom Hall
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* [[Richard Hoadley]]
* Tim Regan
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* [[Tom Hall]]
* Stuart Taylor
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* [[Tim Regan]]
* Jeff Rose
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* [[Stuart Taylor]]
* Alex McLean
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* [[Jeff Rose]]
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* [[Alex McLean]]
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* [[Nick Collins]]
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* [[Nicholas Cook]]
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* [[Julio d'Escriván]]
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* [[Simon Peyton Jones]]
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[[Category: Projects]]

Latest revision as of 16:39, 2 September 2011

Crucible Theme: Music technology

Computer programming is usually done in private, and very carefully. Live coding is a kind of musical performance where programs are written on stage, in front of an audience. Improcess is creating new tools for music programming.

Sam Aaron demonstrates early results in this video: http://vimeo.com/22798433

The Improcess project was initiated as an experimental application of the Cross-cultural partnership template.

Other collaborators: