Live coding dance music at C’s Bar in Shanghai, China on August 22nd, 2015.
A brief introduction to Hydra: a graphics canvas for live coding. This is a project I’ve been developing in Haskell which can be live coded with Lua remotely via OSC. At this time it is a little over one week into development so its features are limited various 2D primitives, transformations (translate, rotate, scale), colors, […]
I curated an evening of live electronic dance music at FaceArt. The show involved my student Rain Zhang performing from SuperCollider, myself live coding in SuperCollider, and Benjamin Bacon using an extensive analog setup. Here is the audio recording of my set: And here is the video:
Fringe Club Hong Kong March 20, 2015 Stefan Schultze – piano Cole Ingraham – live coding First Set Second Set
In my recent post about my general setup for live coding, I mentioned that I use VIM with a handful of plugins. Here I’ll go into more detail about how I have VIM configured. Plugins I’ll start with what plugins I’m using because some of my configurations will include them. First off, you’ll need pathogen […]
Since I’ve been live coding much more in the past few years, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about and improving my setup. Just thought I’d talk a little about it here. Primary Components: SuperCollider iTerm2 VIM (but any other terminal based text editor will work) Keycastr Processing Most of the time I’m performing […]