Explore highlights projects and practices where FluCoMa is used.
FluCoMa Podcast #01: Freida Abtan
The first episode of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks with creative coder and educator Freida Abtan.
Blank Slate Confrontation
In this article we take a look at James Bradbury’s creative work and his bespoke way of using the FluCoMa command line tools within his own Python environment and Reaper.
Filling the Shell
In this article we’ll be looking at the work Leafcutter John did for the project with his piece Line Crossing. We’ll take a detailed look at the workings of the piece, and how he used audio analysis to drive his bespoke audio modules.
Sound into Sound
In this article, we take a look at the work Rodrigo Constanzo did for the project and explore how he used the FluCoMa tools for his corpus-based music making.
FluCoMa Podcast #03: Niamh Dell
The third episode of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks with oboist Niamh Dell.
FluCoMa in the DAW and Modular Synthesizer
In the article we’ll be taking a look at the work Richard Devine did for the project, and how the FluCoMa tools can be incorporated into a workflow across the DAW and modular synthesis.
Using FluCoMa to Make a Shared Instrument
In this article we explore the work of Alice Eldridge and Chris Kiefer and how they used the FluCoMa tools to augment their Feedback Cello to create a shared, adaptive instrument.
FluCoMa Podcast #09: Ben Hackbarth
The ninth episode of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks with creative coder, composer and creator of AudioGuide Ben Hackbarth.
Exploring the Oboe with FluCoMa
In this article, we take a look at the work that Alex Harker did for the project, and how, in his piece Drift Shadow, he used the FluCoMa tools to explore the multiphonic possibilities of the oboe.
FluCoMa and Musicological Analysis
In this article we take a look at how Jacob Hart used some of the FluCoMa tools for musicological analysis.
Event Detection and Improvisation
In this article we explore Lauren Sarah Hayes' work using some of the FluCoMa tools for her piece Moon via Spirit. We examine how she incorporated some of the slicing tools into her improvisational practice, and how they can provide different approaches to event detection.
FluCoMa Podcast #07: Bálint Laczkó
Episode 7 of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks to creative coder and composer Bálint Laczkó about his latest piece The Hum.
FluCoMa Podcast #05: Zakiya Leeming and Christopher Melen
The fifth episode of the FluCoMa podcast where Jacob Hart talks to PRiSM’s Zakiya Leeming and Christopher Melen.
Liminal Spaces (Dialogues Festival 2021)
An overview of the second FluCoMa gig that happened on 9th July 2021 at Dialogues Festival.
Levels of Translation
In this article we take a look at Ted Moore’s piece quartet, performed by himself and the Switch~ Ensemble, which makes uses of a variety of FluCoMa workflows.
FluCoMa Podcast #08: Darlene Castro Ortiz
Episode 8 of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks with composer and creative coder Darlene Castro Ortiz.
Combining FluCoMa with bach
In this article we explore how Olivier Pasquet used the FluCoMa tools to yield artefacts that can be used by other tools such as bach and jtol. The article is accompanied by a series of demonstration patches allowing you to explore the inner workings of the software.
Interface Design with FluCoMa
In this article, we take a look at some of the work that Sam Pluta did for the project. We look at his journey into exploring the possibilities of MLP regression, and how it has become an integral part of his practice.
In this article we look at the improvised performance practice of Raw Green Rust, and how they use the FluCoMa tools to hijack each other’s outputs in Ableton Live and visualise their performance in real time using Unity.
Reactive Flows (HCMF 2019)
An overview of the first FluCoMa gig that happened on 21st November 2019 at HCMF.
Data-Driven Musical Interfaces & Live-Coding with FluCoMa
In this article we shall be exploring some of the creative work of one of FluCoMa's core developers Gerard Roma. We shall take a look at his live-coding practice that revolves around visualisations and interfaces built using the FluCoMa tools.
FluCoMa Podcast #04: Simon Smith
Episode 4 of the FluCoMa Podcast where Jacob Hart talks to creative coder and BEAST studio technician Simon Smith.
FluCoMa Podcast #02: Jorrit Tamminga
The second episode of the FluCoMa podcast. Jacob Hart talks with creative coder and educator Jorrit Tamminga.
In this article we take a look at some of the processes behind Pierre Alexandre Tremblay’s piece Newsfeed and explore some of the principles behind his creative practice and the FluCoMa project.
NMF Piano Tracker for Symbolic Audio Effects
In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the work that Hans Tutschku did using the FluCoMa tools, notably the conception of a piano tracker that uses NMF and how this allows him to perform symbolic operations on audio.