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Up Until Now
Short Third Person Biography
Chris Jeffs was born in the UK but has recently moved to Berlin. Originally a trombone player, he progressed to making and releasing electronic music, touring extensively since 1994 as a live artist and DJ, most prominently under the name Cylob. He turned to creating his own programs as a way of making his sound more distinctive. His granular synthesis and visual animation software "Particularity" won joint first prize in the LOMUS 2010 competition. Recent activity has focussed on freelance development: programming for interactive installations and performances, the release of several self-published iOS apps, and work on commercial music software. He has also given workshops in programming for the iPhone and using SuperCollider.
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On 22 December 2014, a series of rereleases will be available to buy at all the usual online digital music outlets: Empathy Box, Cylobian Sunset, Cymply The Best 93-01 (the best of the singles and EPs from that period), Mood Bells, Rewind! … Continue reading
Did you try to post a comment lately? I wouldn’t know, because the glut of spam-bot created comments has become overwhelming, so I turned on comment approval, but have better things to do than spend 2 hours a day reading … Continue reading
Oh dear, me and my poor semi-abandoned blog. I’ve been busy this last few months, but in general I’d much rather do things than document them. I got a regular part-time development job which is going quite well, all will … Continue reading
I’ve started doing workshops here in Berlin. So far, I’ve done two Introductions to SuperCollider, and the next one is a Beginning iPhone Development course, taking place each tuesday in October. Here is the info :-
I’m a week late posting my own news, again… My last ever club DJ set has gone up as a FatCat podcast. Reminds me of the time I played in the London record store, when it existed – it moved … Continue reading
New app – something synthy this time! Monnix
This made it into the App Store yesterday. I’ll bang out a press release and flesh out the website next week, but in the meantime if you have an i-gadget then check it out!
Sequence start / end. Finished for now.
Ties. It would be cool if it actually made a sound, wouldn’t it?
Working on the fiddly logic of the UI – it’s still a bit wrong, but getting there. Becoming less capable of conversation.