Live coded noise using “low information” signals.
- twitter account:
- Live at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (“Multi-channel perspectives on live coding”), recorded in stereo:
- Live at Niu (“Live coding sessions #2”) (line recording):
Sound textures with a bias towards lower frequencies. Most tracks are created through heavy processing and sequencing of field recordings.
So far, two albums have been released on Carpal Tunnel:
- fragment syntax (2011)
- bugs (2013)
A collaboration project with Anna Xambó. In Spanish, “pulso” may mean “arm fight”, but also “pulse” (i.e., as a result of heartbeat). The project has allowed us to explore collaboration interfaces for computer music, such as collaborative live coding.