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|H. James Harkins is a composer of electronic music for live performance, based in Guangzhou, China in the Modern Music Department of the Xinghai Conservatory of Music.|
A demonstration of live coding in SuperCollider.
Youku link for Chinese readers.
2016-10-05: chucklib-livecode v0.3
I’m releasing chucklib-livecode v0.3, with a major update to the generator framework. It is now much easier to compose generators together, to get complex behaviors from simple functions.
I’ve also cleaned up the new version to be released as a Quark extension for SuperCollider. It isn’t in the master Quark list yet, but soon (I’ve submitted the pull request, awaiting approval). In the meantime, you can install it directly:
2016-05-21: Performances: Just done, and upcoming
Brief update, after too long:
I just played a short set at 4’33 Art Space, located in Guangzhou’s so-called “Higher Education Mega-Center” aka Daxuecheng aka University Town. Xiao flute plus computer (using my live-coding framework). Audio excerpt
Upcoming: May 31, Xinghai Conservatory concert hall, a new piece Binary Codes for computer and variable ensemble will be premiered. Note this is Xinghai Conservatory’s concert hall in HEMC/Daxuecheng, not Xinghai Concert Hall on Ersha Island. Also featuring works by Jacob TV, Pierre Stordeur, Sofia Gubaidulina, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, and John Luther Adams.
Images after the jump.
2015-10-22: Chucklib-Livecode v0.2 released
With some trepidation, I’ve just pushed out v0.2 of my chucklib-livecode extensions for SuperCollider. The major new feature is Generators.
2015-09-10: New page: SuperCollider work
I’ve just added a page describing my SuperCollider work. Check it out!
2015-09-03: New school year, new website
On the eve of the 2015-2016 school year, I decided that my website wasn’t representing my work cleanly and clearly enough: strange color choices, busy backgrounds and weak layout. Also, the content had fallen far out of date. Time to do something about it.