A compilation that takes the lullaby genre into the realm of experimental electronic music, assembled from an open call for experimental lullabies launched in May 2014. Composed for Nintendo, Atari, Pure Data, Supercollider, D-Box, tape recorders, as well as ultraStethoscopes or using radioactive materials, these recordings treat the lullaby genre as an example of consciousness-altering music.
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A small software for Gameboy creates lullaby-esque sequences using the 4 legacy DMG sound channels of the GBA ROM, bitmasking and feeding the right registers with 16bit words. Live demonstration of a Game Boy Advance lullaby ROM, conditionally tuned to produce 6/8 tonal patterns in C at a variable tempo, with a user interaction reduced to the assumed contemplation of quadrangular wave patterns, 4-bit DAC wav banks, and a beautiful Linear-Feedback Shift Register. The performative experience is enhanced by the optional use of trigger buttons to control the pseudo-randomness of the sequences, including the access to an array of Minor Gipsy scale constrained notes for outstanding, yet dramatic, algoravesque
manoeuvres. Mastered in Germany by Calyx.
released May 1, 2016
0xA is a band that began in an online repository of code. Aymeric Mansoux, Chun Lee and Olivier Laruelle are the current active contributors. They have performed 0xA across Europe, North America and Asia in galleries, clubs and festivals.