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Art + Music + Technology

Welcome to the Art + Music + Technology podcast page! I hope that you like what you hear, and please drop me a line if you have any questions or comments. You can always reach me at ddg@cycling74.com.

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Dec 30, 2013

This week is a visit with part of the "extended family"; in this case, an interview with Tom Zicarelli - brother of David Z, but a mad inventor in his own right. Tom is a musician/educator/hacker in the best sense of all these words, and I thought he'd be able to give us some insights on system interfaces that...


Dec 23, 2013

This week's interview is with Peter Nyboer, software developer, interface designer and do-alot-guy with Livid Instruments. But Peter also has a long history working in the music and technology industries, doing personally developer software packages, playing a lot of gigs and working with Recombinant Labs. I...


Dec 15, 2013

In our first interview with someone specifically not self-identified as a programmer, we talk to David Stout. David is one half of the performing group Noisefold, and is also a faculty member at one of my (many) alma maters - University of North Texas. David has some very specific views on the creations of art...


Dec 8, 2013

Nick Rothwell is someone that I've worked with over the years; he is both electronic music composer and dance company collaborator. He is also a master programmer - in Max, Java and anything else he needs to get his work done. But in this interview, wedon't get into too much technical detail. Rather, we focus...


Dec 1, 2013

I begin this podcast describing Nathan Wolek as a "self-made person"; by that, I mean that he was a trained musician, but found computer music and programming to be the locale for his voice. So he put himself in positions to have to learn computer systems, computer programming (including C programming for the Max...