Over recent months I’ve been working on a couple of new improvised live-coding performance pieces using Praxis LIVE.
This piece is created by feeding back electromagetic noise captured from the laptop using a telephone pickup coil, and passing it through various live-coded filters to create all of the sound. Data from the audio is also used to control visual aspects of the performance.
The first live performance of this piece was in October 2016 in Hamilton, Canada, alongside my paper on Praxis LIVE at the International Conference on Live Coding.
AMEN $ Mother Function
Still in development, this performance explores what can be achieved with just one sample and one function - a live-coded demolition of one of the most ubiquitous loops in modern music.
Takes a little while to get going!