Promotion and Dissemination of works

Hey guys!

I took the freedom to create this topic to share our upcoming artistic works.

We could help each other spreading information about our works here :slight_smile:

For those who losted the last meeting in the Hague, I showed my cello project for live code performance. I’ve been creating a 12 strings cello that send steno messages through teensy microcontroller/bela. It also works with Tidal, but I want to test it more at the summer school.

I would appreciate a lot if you could share with your colleagues/friends/ family about it !

The link is below:

See you all next month!

Rafaele Andrade


[looking at the different threads it seems like this one maybe fits here] —> a request from Shelly Knotts:

We are conducting a survey on the use of music AI software. If you have a spare ~10mins and are able to fill it out the form is here:

Further information as follows:

As part of MIMIC (Musically Intelligent Machines Interacting Creatively) project, we are researching the uptake of algorithmic, machine learning and AI tools in music creation with an anonymous survey. The survey consists of mostly quantitative choices, and a few qualitative response boxes. All qualitative data should be anonymous, and the researchers will anonymise any text which reveals identity through personal details.

For further information about the MIMIC project, see:

This survey should take no more than 10-15 minutes of your time.

The data collected in this questionnaire will be utilised for research publications which will be made public in due course, linked via the project website All data collected is anonymous, and as such, data cannot practically be withdrawn once submitted. Submission of the questionnaire is considered as permission to use data submitted. You may omit any question you do not wish to answer. You may withdraw at any point before submitting the survey by closing this webpage.

This survey will be open until 31st October 2019.

The survey is conducted by Shelly Knotts and Nick Collins, Department of Music, Durham University, UK, and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

For further information, please contact

If you have any issue pertaining to the conduct of this survey, or require further information on the hosting Department of Music’s ethics policies, please contact

Thank you for taking the time to contribute to this research.

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very good questions, just filled it in , thanks for sharing this @JoChicau

Hey all,

I’ve been a bit silent lately in the NL_CL meetings. But I have good news! the funding for my book project was granted.

Right now I am hosting the first work session at iii in The Hague, an expert meeting where I work with artists to map out how their self-made instruments work - “Mapping my Mapping”, to share insights into the mapping process.

Tomorrow (Wednesday, 30th) in the late afternoon we will have an open studio to share the results with whoever passes by, from 17h to 18h. So if you are in the neighborhood, come over!


I’m currently at the ICLI in Trondheim, and will perform my performance
‘the machine is learning’ on Wednesday night.

It’s my attempt at a gestural live coding language, GeCoLa. -

The performances are streamed I believe, so tune in if you want!

This is such great work, Marije! I’m super
interested in alternative input models for coding at the
moment… just curious, but do you know any other examples where
non-textual input models are used for creating algorithmic
processes? @Felipe did you and Anne ever maybe
publish something on the Codeclavier?

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Alvin Arthur has done some work on gesture and writing code. To my shame, I haven’t seen it live in action yet:

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@Felipe has a paper here listed on the CodeKlavier project:
But I’m sure they’ve written more about it by now!

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