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Music Table
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The Music Table consists of a variation of 1-15 desktop applications that disseminate several aspects of algorithmic electronic composition. For instance, there are programs like the Lindenmayer Explorer or the Pattern Machine that generate sounds and rhythms by applying a Lindenmayer algorithm respectively different kinds of patterns to sound notes. There are works like MusiCode with which users can create their own sound structures by playing with code fragments, or there are works like Rotating Scores or Rhythm of Shapes that disseminate contemporary methods of graphic notation in an interactive way.
It is a learning tool for users of all kinds of ages and education background. 

Works by, a.o.: Ludger Brümmer, Dan Wilcox, Chikashi Miyama, Götz Dipper.


Dan Wilcox (*1981, Orange, United States) is an artist, engineer, musician, performer who combines live musical performance techniques with experimental electronics and software for the exploration of new expression, often through themes of science fiction, space travel, cyborgification, and far futurism. He currently lives in Karlsruhe, Germany and is an artist, researcher and software developer for the ZKM | Hertz-Lab.




Ludger Brümmer (*1958, Werne, Germany) is a composer, professor of composition, and head of the research institute ZKM | Hertz-Lab since 2017. Since 2003, as head of the former ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics, he initiated the Sound Dome Project and important festivals on electronic music. The central focus of his music is the use of the computer both as an artistic means of composition and for electronic sound production. Brümmer has also realized a series of multimedia and interdisciplinary projects, experimental music pieces, compositions for dance and live electronics, and is interested in the interaction between acoustic instruments and live video.
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