Monthly Archives: January 2006

Kyma, one day you will be mine.

How does an artist justify the $4000 pricetag of his instruments? Is creativity a luxury of the upper class? No! I say. If I can not create the sound output myself, what good is it? (yes, i realise this is akin to saying if I can not touch-up a photo without photoshop, it should not […]

Robinson Crusoe

I fed the full text of Robinson Crusoe, delimited by spaces without regard to spaces, into a 2nd-order markov hash, layered on top of a 1st order markov hash (with tokens rearranged). Using the original first three opening words, “I was born”, the program randomly generated this: “All this while I sat upon the ground, […]