Swift, Ben, Sorensen, Andrew, Martin, Michael, & Gardner, Henry (2014) Coding livecoding. In CHI '14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, pp. 1021-1024.
Livecoding is an artistic programming practice in which an artist's low-level interaction can be observed with sufficiently high fidelity to allow for transcription and analysis. This paper presents the first reported" coding" of livecoding videos. From an identified corpus of videos available on the web, we coded performances of two different livecoding artists, recording both the (textual) programming edit events and the musical effect of these edits.
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