lundi 29 novembre 2010
dimanche 28 novembre 2010
samedi 27 novembre 2010
jeudi 25 novembre 2010
mercredi 24 novembre 2010
mardi 23 novembre 2010
samedi 20 novembre 2010
vendredi 19 novembre 2010
mardi 16 novembre 2010
dimanche 14 novembre 2010
1. Hiroko Yakushimaru - Sailor fuku to kikanju (Kitty rec. - 1981)
2. Seiko Matsuda - Kaze ha akiiro (Sony rec., 1980)
3. Akina Nakamori - Shojo A (Warner-Pionneer rec., 1982)
4. Gmen 75 - Theme song (Columbia rec., 1975)
5. Hiromi Iwasaki - Omoide no ki no shita de (Victor rec., 1977)
6. Pink Lady - UFO (Victor rec., 1977)
7. Naoko Kawai - Smile for me (Columbia rec., 1981)
8. Midori Inoue - Romper Room theme song
10. Ganbaré ROBOCON - Theme song
11. Kenji Sawada - Mon amour, je viens du bout du monde (Polydor rec., 1975).
vendredi 12 novembre 2010
jeudi 11 novembre 2010
mardi 9 novembre 2010
Skyence – INSCT from Johannes Timpernagel on Vimeo.
Collaboration between Skyence (Hamburg) and Johannes Timpernagel (Berlin).
Animation generated in VVVV, Editing in After Effects.
Direction & Animation: Johannes Timpernagel – http://www.timpernagel.com
Sound: Jochen Mader / Skyence / Audionerve – http://www.audionerve.de
For more Information about VVVV – http://vvvv.org
See you at NODE10 – http://node10.vvvv.org
»INSCT« coming out soon on Project Mooncircle – www.projectmooncircle.com
dimanche 7 novembre 2010
mercredi 3 novembre 2010
Laurie Spiegel (born September 20, 1945 in Chicago) is an American composer. She has worked at Bell Laboratories, in computer graphics, and is known primarily for her electronic-music compositions and her algorithmic composition software Music Mouse. She also plays the guitar and lute.
Spiegel, who attended Shimer College, Brooklyn College, and Oxford University, received a degree in social sciences and went on to study composition with Jacob Druckman and Vincent Persichetti at the Juilliard School. Her early musical experiences were largely self-directed, beginning with the mandolin, guitar, and banjo she had as a child, which she learned to play by ear; she taught herself Western music notation at the age of 20, after which she began writing down her compositions.
Spiegel was seen by some as a pioneer of the New York new-music scene. She withdrew from this scene in the early 1980s, believing that its focus had shifted from artistic process to product. While she continues to support herself though software development, Spiegel aims to use technology in music as a means of furthering her art rather than as an end in itself. [ Wikipedia]