See it on pouet.net. Please download the demo, the original soundfile is included!

Blog - Date published: June 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

syncthing-550

I am currenty evaluating “Syncthing” – the first open source implementation of the a decentralized file-sync system. Imaging it like Dropbox or BitTorrent Sync. This thing is an open source project, so you can peer into the source-code and compile it yourself. Since file-syncing is a part of the internet-infrstructure, I think it is really important to have this one open source!

The first test of Syncthing was successful and I can encourage everyone to try this out and have an eye at this project.


Blog - Date published: June 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

Hey, you want to check out this spacey-themed game, called “Futuridium“. It is instant fun, has got a neat futuristic design, a notable cool style, uplifting music – and it is a game that is hard. (Did you notice? We face a revival of hard games again. I guess also Flappy Bird did its part to this revival as well…)

The experts will notice, that this game is actually a remake of the good old game Uridium.



Games - Date published: June 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cyril is a new tool, that enables you to live-code visuals. It is based upon OpenFrameworks, has its own, easy to learn syntax and it’s still early in development. I will definitely keep my eye on this.

Somehow I disliked most of “the other” live-coding tools like Fluxus or Overtone, because of the cumbersome syntax of the scheme/lisp-derivates.

PS: Did I mention, that I work on an own live-coding tool in Ruby with PureData as backend? Check out SuperSonic (still alpha) and get updates at my Nodepond-blog.


Blog - Date published: May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

disasterpeace-level

Level” is an album from Disasterpeace from 2008 I almost overlooked. The sound is rough, but well thought-out, reminding me most of the time of soundtracks of MegaDrive games or the 16-bit era in general. Moody, opulent, but always with that extra-dash of Disasterpeace’s genius.


Blog - Date published: March 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

illucia-controller

A nice blend of playing video games and music at the same time – or to be more precise: to use video-game mechanics as an extended input device to order to organize sound. An interesting concept to build upon!!

Here you’ll get the idea:

In the center stands also the Illucia patchbay controller – an limited and very nice looking controller. Get them, while they’re available.

Read the whole story at Creators Project. Via The Good Evil.


Blog, Research and Theory - Date published: March 8, 2014 | 1 Comment

Here I have two great videos from people, doing extremely talented stuff with their Korg Monotribe. The first one is from “Kid Schurke”, who shows, that you can do stuff like “turntableism” with this compact new-school music-gear.

The other one is from “Hyboid” – pulling insanely great electro out of his devices!


Blog - Date published: March 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

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