Here’s me playing live with a C64 and a delay pedal, with live video processing by Zden. It happened at Demobit in Bratislava where I was supposed to be in person but “due to circumstances” was unable to attend. So I streamed the video/sound, which partly explains the dodgy quality.
The performance was made without any preparations. I start an empty tracker and make the instruments and all the music on the fly.
Enjoy some more proper documentation of robot music. First out is Dr.Step (from Floptrik) that was performed at Algomech last year (second video). Afrikstep was also performed there, but hasn’t been properly released yet. The fourth video is a more chilled clip from our first sessions with the robot at Illutron in the summer of 2017.
Video of my performance with the robot at Truckstop Alaska last night. You can see how the robot plays the C64 as a piano using Cynthcart, and it also composed its own melodies in defMON.
Filmed by Måns Almered.
There was a jam last weekend with the robot, Linde, Jacob Remin, and me. Listen to two snippets here.
The robot is slowly starting to make its own music, here accompanied by a RE-303 bass line.
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Here‘s an unedited 15-minute eerie jam where the robot plays C64 and I play 808. Early tests, still. So be gentle. While you can.