Dec 172011
 

Computers are everywhere and so are computer bugs.
Being a programmer, I see a lot of bugs.

Some bugs are beautiful; they seem to mean something.

This phenomenon could be called Bug Art (or maybe Naturally occurring Glitch Art?).

Here is a collection of Bug Art I “made” over the years:

 

Apr 112011
 

Video clip tribute to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and to the Commodore Amiga computer. It is intentionally full of bugs and glitches.

Music is a Commodore 64 tune named “Stormlord” by Johannes Bjerregård

Amiga programs used are: Lightwave, DPaint, (ASwarm, Maze, Fountain and 3D Stars) for BlitzBlank, Vibra, VistaPro, Imagine Also used: Framsticks, LogicWork, Adobe premiere.

Apr 032011
 

Theses are 2 Improvisations I made using Music Mouse.

@0:00 Introduction
@0:30 Piano improvisation
@4:15 Electronic improvisation
@7:45 “Making of”

Music Mouse was written by Laurie Spiegel in 1985.

When playing this instrument, you simply move the mouse and the software does all the calculations needed to keep the music harmonious.

It can be described as a musical “expert system” or “intelligent instrument”.

Because it is a generic MIDI controller, it can be plugged into any synthesizer.

Have fun listening!

Softwares used:
– Music Mouse ( http://musicmouse.com )
– Propellerhead Reason ( http://www.propellerheads.se )
– Midi-OX ( http://www.midiox.com )
– Debut Video Capture ( http://www.nchsoftware.com/capture )