65daysofstatic and a new model for web distribution

Some months back, the post-punk band 65daysofstatic posted what I believe to be the first example of an algorithmic composition by a popular music group published via real-time rendering in the browser. Using Gibber, of course. It received a really positive response when the band posted it to Facebook, especially after I reconfigured Gibber’s server […]

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gibber.p5.js projects coming in…

A number of people have sent in projects using Gibber with p5.js. First up is Lucas Swick, who used Gibber to visualize data from a live, incoming stream. Next up is japp with a piano / synth visualization combo, including a live score visualization. Ryan McGee also recently taught a class on synthesis and sonification […]

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Roger Dean composition / performance

Roger Dean has been working with Gibber over the course of the past half year or so, and has given had a couple of recent performances recently where Gibber played an important role. In the first, his composition Bird Migrants was podcasted by the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) in early November. You can hear various […]

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Gibber @ JSConf.Asia

A month or so back I gave a talk at JSConf.Asia about Gibber. The talk runs a little over half-an-hour, with a very short performance at the very end. It goes into a little more technical depth about how Gibber is made; here it is if you’re interested in such things:

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Gibber @ LSU

I have a backlog of people doing interesting stuff with Gibber to post about; a great problem to have! Jesse Allison has been leading a research group (the Experimental Music and Digital Media program, or EMDM) at Louisiana State University who have been using Gibber in a variety of ways. First, they’ve been using it […]

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Weaving with Gibber

From the I-should-have-posted-about-this-months-ago category: Alex McLean led a workshop on digital weaving and used Gibber a while back; for a while the “Recent” menu in the Gibber file browser was filled with examples of weaving done by participants using Gibber’s 2D graphics mode. You can read about Alex’s work and also get a link to […]

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Gibber Updates

Going to try and be a little more active on this blog; I especially want to highlight all the work other people have been doing involving Gibber / p5.gibber. But to start, some info about some nice feature updates to Gibber. First, the new pattern library. There are now lots of ways to manipulate the […]

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Upcoming performances and talks

A few events coming up in the next couple of months. First, a long-form performance (~ 1 hour?) on October 26th as part of the ACADIA Conference (Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture) in Los Angeles. I’ll be performing during their hackathon session: http://2014.acadia.org/hackathon.html Next, multiple performances as part of the ACM MultiMedia Conference […]

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