[chuck-users] recording of my first livecoding session
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Mon Apr 16 17:28:37 EDT 2007
Listening further as I type... :-)
So far I would say it's definately interesting as a sound and I don't get
the feeling it's static at all. I myself often feel that when performing
alone I tend to be too hurried. It's hard to keep track of time and make a
realistic estimate of how interesting a certain part is to people who never
heard it before.
I had my own first real ChucK performance a while ago;
Not to direct atention away from your own performance! Just linking so we
know what we are talking about.
As I fear the video shows; there wasn't so much to see there :-).
My setup was very different in that here there was no emphasis on the code
at all but there was still a lot to do. I thought about involving more
people as well but in the end I concluded that the most important element
missing was more practice. Practice might be even more important when
involving more people....
Back to your recording; wonderfull stuff, do post updates!
On 4/16/07, Leuthold Dominik <moudi at gmx.net> wrote:
> hey list
> as i mentioned last week i had my first chuck concert.
> i made a recording of the whole concert. you can get it here:
> i had a lot of great feedback from mostly surprised people.
> they never saw something similar i guess. hehe... livecoding isn't that
> popular at all here in switzerland.
> i showed the miniAudicle on a screen so they were able to follow the
> the most common opinion was, that the sound itself wasn't that
> interesting, but in combination with the shown
> screen it was very unique. the reason for this could be, that it was a
> "one man show" and i had a lot to do
> with add/modify/remove and coding shreds. this means that the
> music remained the same for longer times.
> (you'll confirm this while listening to my recording)
> i came to the conclusion that i will try to iniciate a "chuck ensemble"
> with about 4 people.
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