PLOrk @=> Spring 2010 Concert

I just watched online a number of very inspiring performances from the the Princeton Laptop Orchestra (PLOrk), as part of the their recent Spring Concert. I usually do livecoding on my own, so I'm really impressed by the results an enseble of livecoders can get!

Some of the performances I liked:

  • N. 5. Middle Passage, by Anne Hege: [video]

  • N. 4. alskdjalskdjalskdj, by Konrad Kaczmarek: [video]

  • N. 6. LOLC, by Akito Van Troyer and Jason Freeman (more info about the livecoding environment here): [video]


You'll find many more cool audio&computing things by checking out the Princeton Sound Lab website [people | research | listen | learning | software | publications] !

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Michele Pasin. PLOrk @=> Spring 2010 Concert. Blog post on Published on June 13, 2010.

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