disquiet junto 0005 layering reality

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IiJwmwnz2I] This is part of the disquiet junto series. Disquiet0005 is about amplifying the inherent musicality in reality. Right up my street ;-) Here I took a recording of Liverpool Street station and built a patch using Pure data and the RjLib to analyse the recording in realtime. The patch then decides, based on many… Read More »

Inception The App

Over the last few months at RjDj I have been working on what I think is a very special project. A while back now Michael got in contact with Remote Control Productions, Hans Zimmers LA based production studio. After some very interesting conversations we started on developing an Inception app. The app was released on… Read More »

Getting Inside Music

I've been doing a few trips and events recently with my work and outside of work. Its really helping me to think about the things I am interested in musically and ways I'd like to think about making and releasing my own music. Something which I think I may be finally ready to begin as… Read More »

Talk at Music 4.5 – Music as Software

I was very happy to be asked to talk at Music 4.5 recently about RjDj. I thought I'd link to the video's here as they relate to a lot of the topics I discuss here on my personal blog. The event was a great day - lots of very interesting discussion from both the music… Read More »

A nice chat with Kirsty Hawkshaw

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VX3zauOf4k] I had a nice little trip to see Kirsty Hawkshaw the other day. We met when I found her interactive virtual music installation Kinetica whilst trying out the new SL Viewer 2.0. It was really great to meet her as she represents part of an era which was pivotal in my musical development -… Read More »

Alpine sprint crazyness!

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="383" caption="Thanks for the pic by @nordgren !"][/caption] I had a really nice time in Austria at the RjDj winter offsite. We did all kinds of stuff including some crazy Rodelling and cross country skiing - neither of which I was particularly good at, but I did enjoy the snowball fights ;-)… Read More »