Clojure eXchange 2013 / The Programming Language as a Musical Instrument

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To end an epic day of all things Clojure, we are entreated to live music session! Armed with Clojure, Sam Aaron explores how programming languages can be used to create some truly awesome music!


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Sam Aaron (sam.aaron)


Sam Aaron is a researcher, software architect and live programmer with a deep fascination surrounding the notion of programming as a form of communication. His previous work focussed upon the design and implementation of DSLs in order to allow concepts to be communicated and transposed more effectively and efficiently. Currently, Sam leads Improcess, a collaborative research project exploring the combination of powerful sound synthesis techniques with tactile and linguistic user interfaces to build new forms of musical device with a high capacity for improvisation.

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