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Things that I miss: 1 – IziBasic / ViziBasic

When my main device was my old Treo 650 I used to use iziBasic and viziBasic a lot to make little apps and experiment with ideas. It was great fun to play with, and I even released a handful of free Palm OS apps on using it. Nothing amazing you understand. Of course, since the demise of the old Palm OS these two haven’t been kept up to date, which is completely understandable, but still a shame. I miss that kind of tinkering and haven’t really found anything comparable on iOS as yet. Maybe something will come up.
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Cassette Memories: Paris

Wish I could get to this as it sounds very interesting. Cassette walkman manipulations of field recordings. Excellent stuff!

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DS-10 Worldcup 2010 Part 1: Introduction and neo

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Octatrack touchable XY fantastic controller

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Miki’s Path

Interesting to hear Miki’s thoughts on the process and the results. I often feel the same way, almost as if everything is an experiment.

Anyway, I liked this track, it has a nice vibe to it, and I like knowing how it has evolved through technologies.

Nice stuff Miki. You can hear the finished track at his blog.

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Elements of Chip Music

Abstract:
When working with a soundchip such as the SID or the 2A03, the artist faces a number of technical constraints that limit, guide and inspire the creative process. The seminar will highlight and briefly explain some of these constraints, with particular emphasis on how they influenced artists during the golden age of chip music to give rise to some of the clichés that now define the genre. We will also see (and hear) how variations of the same constraints have emerged in other genres and ages, and how composers such as Bach have tackled them in similar or different ways.

A very long video, but worthwhile if you’re interested in Chiptune.

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Minimalismisticness jam op1

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