Musician, programmer, live coder, and writer. They/Them.
“Carte Blanche” or the Art of Pressing Reset on the Story of Our Lives
Artists are the voices of those who don’t have one or choose not to own it. Even when an artist reflects on their own story, they do so in such a way that it resonates with us — it inspires, shocks, entertains, or teaches us. That’s the ultimate purpose, anyway.
Finding My True Creative Purpose Through the Revolution of Women Who Barely Have the Right to Exist
I was pacing back and forth the same few blocks on the main street of a small town for the last ten minutes. Most people I was crossing were staring at me with perplexed looks on their faces — I could sense they were not used to see a foreigner visiting this part of the country.
Can Computer Programming Heal You?
I discovered programming at the age of 35, which, to be honest, I think is pretty late if you compare to the young folks working in high tech who program practically since their fingers were able to type on a keyboard. Before that, I was a full-time musician, working in recording studios and playing gigs all around the world.
Bytebeat: Hacking Your Way To Music One Byte At The Time
In 2011, a programmer going by the name of published the following video on YouTube: Accompanying the video were various articles written by him and published on his blog. In them, he describes how he accidentally discovered that by running a simple C program outputting single characters and piping them into the audio interface of a computer, it’s possible to encode these bytes and turn them into not just sounds, but music.