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cycle~ (2014)
Noiseborder Ensemble

The Noiseborder Ensemble’s first live coding event at the University of Windsor featured Martin Schiller, Anthony Giglio, and Brent Lee patching audio in Max while Nic de Cosson generated graphics using Quartz Composer (using our audio feed for controller data input) and Sigi Torinus generated text projections using Processing. We took a purist approach this time out: no prepared audio or video, no sub-patches or abstractions in Max, and no consulting help files to cut and paste. This meant that we only patched what we could do from memory which limited our efforts somewhat, but made for a more interesting visual event as the emerging code on each of our laptop screens was projected somewhere in the performance space.

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cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event

cycle live coding event