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Kurt Ralske presentation


Kurt Ralske is doing a presentation of his own work tomorrow at Kunstakademiet. It’s taking place in Foredragssalen 4th floor at 13.00.



The presentation went well I believe. I stayed for the rest of the presentations and found all of them interesting. Hanne Hilt is doing an similar Fellowship to me but working on design for museums. Her project is really interesting and with a strong political commitment.

Jeremy Welsh talked about “The bridge” an art and art-based research project that has been functioning as a framework for much of his work the last coupple of years. The upcoming installation at Christiansand kunstforening in collaboration with painter Jon Arne Mogstad is part of that project. I’m going to contribute sound to the installation.

I also had a lenghty talk to Jana Winderen about the framework for the project we’re doing together with Jørgen Træen.

And Kurt Ralske arrived in Bergen today with a heavy jet lag. We’ll spend the next three days talking through concept and framework for our joint work.

No problem finding ways to spend my time at the moment….


Max OSX 4.3.1


Max 4.3.1 is out now. The Windows version will be out later this week. It also seems as if the Pluggo OSX version will be out in the near future.

Moo defence


According to Jill/text Jan Rune Holmevik is defending his PhD in the next couple of days. Seems like an interesting project but I’m afraid I won’t have time for attending the lectures or the defence as I have to concentrate on working with Kurt Ralske.

tl.objects uploaded


The tl.objects are now uploaded to my website. I’ve spent most of last week doing a major overhawl to the help files and checking that the objects work as supposed to. Along the way I’ve tracked down a number of bugs tl.chebyshev not normalizing as supposed to being the hardest one. Jasch has been incredible helpful. Still I’m looking forward to get hold of a compiler for OSX so I don’t have to mail him code for compiling anymore it’s an awkward way of working.

One of the abstractions tl.spectrum~ has been completely rewritten and all calculations are now done using Jitter. That was interesting doing. It’s the first time I’ve had the time to investigating how to use Jitter for handling advanced multi-dimensional control data. There’s no doubt that a lot of list treatment can be ported to jitter and the techniques further expanded. I also added the possibility of viewing real-time sonograms.

tl.objects are mainly focusing on a number of math functions and audio processing tools for synthesis purposes. The OSX port will come in handy as I develop material for a collaboration with Jeremy Welsh.


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