From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia An algorave (from an algorithm and rave) is an event where people dance to music generated from algorithms, often using live coding techniques. Alex McLean of Slub and Nick Collins coined the word "algorave" in 2011, and the first event under such a name was organised in London, UK.
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algorave (plural algoraves) An event where people dance to music generated from algorithms, often improvised on the spot.
An algorave (from an algorithm and rave) is an event where people dance to music generated from algorithms, often using live coding techniques. Alex McLean of Slub and Nick Collins coined the word algorave in 2011, and the first event under such a name was organised in London, UK.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Renick Bell is an American musician, programmer, and teacher based in Tokyo, notable as a pioneer of live coded music performance including at algoraves, and for his algorithmic music releases. Bell creates his music using his self-built live coding system Conductive.
May 09, 2013 · Algoraves are all about dancing to algorithms, including live coding as well as other approaches to controlling and performing with generative music.
2 days ago · 09 Sep 2016 - Algorave Transpixel - Salón Numantina, Mexico City Mexico More information 06 Aug 2016 - El77, Mexico City Mexico 05 Aug 2016-07 Aug 2016 - Algorave village at Electromagnetic Field - EMFCamp 2016, Guildford United Kingdom More information
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