From the ALSA wiki
I'm currently exploring live coding as a method of creating music (and animation, which I also perform) - manipulating algorithms as they are running (see TOPLAP for more on that). This brings together both sides of my brain, and sometimes even results in listenable music.
- Live at ZKM - Linux Audio Conference sound night 2005
- Lego Acid: In the same vein as the live recording, but without crowd noise :)
- Ion: Older, more ambient, generative piece
More info, gig and release information here
As I am a programmer, I am a user of libraries mainly - jack, liblo, libsndfile to name a few. My laptop runs audioslack kernels and apps for live use. Application wise, I mainly use software I've written:
Also, I'd like to use this space to advertise OpenLab, a group of london based artists who organise events and workshops to promote the use of free/open source software. If you can help out or perform at one of our events, check it out!