Deadmau5, Derek Bailey, and the Laptop Instrument – Improvisation, Composition, and Liveness in Live Coding

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Parkinson, Adam; Bell, Renick;
  • Publisher: ICSRiM, School of Music, University of Leeds
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.19350
  • Subject: live coding | iclc2015

Dance music superstar Deadmau5 and the improvising guitarist Derek Bailey represent, through their writing and practice, two very different approaches to performing live. By critically considering the practice of live coding in relation to these divergent approaches, we... View more
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