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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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Mar 30, 2014

I mention it during the intro, during the interview and during the outro - I'm a fanboy of the work of Olivier Gillet. As the designer/developer behind Palm App "Bhajis Loops" and "Microbe" (as Chocopoolp) and the Mutable Instruments modules (with Braids as one of my alltime favorite modules), Olivier is on the...


Mar 24, 2014

Teacher, maker and tool-builder Ali Momeni is our subject for the week. Ali is well-known in several communitied, having been an active coder/composer while at UC-Berkeley, creating large-scale word at the University of Minnesota, and now active with ArtFab at Carnegie Mellon University. He works in Max, Pd,...


Mar 16, 2014

Mark Mosher is one of the most active synth-fanatics in the Denver area. He creates music, leads a scene of performers, helps organize the Boulder Area Synth Meetup, does example and tutorial videos for hardware and software - and probably doesn't sleep much. This last week he put out a new album Fear Cannot...


Mar 9, 2014

Sometimes it can be really exciting to look at New Stuff and get excited about it. But sometimes a review of Old Stuff can be just as exciting. Author, educator, journalist and musician Mark Vail has the gift of helping us see more than the glamour of New Gear, and I had a wonderful discussion with him for this...


Mar 2, 2014

I seem to have known Barry Threw for a long time, but after this interview I realized that this was the single longest conversation we'd ever had. Some of the reason behind this is that we often met up at conferences or shows (AES, NAMM, Expo74 and the like...), where time is unnaturally fragmented into small...