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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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No I’m not asleep! Just reached the stage where visible progress is much more incremental, and getting bogged down in the subtle yet essential details. Feeling tired and jittery, high on sugar (Liine brought us about 150 cupcakes at midnight … Continue reading
1% inspiration and 99% zombies (this will only mean something to you if you’ve heard of Thomas Edison && Objective-C)
Yo, I’ve neglected this blog a bit lately, mainly because I’m more into doing things than writing about them. Anyway never mind, here’s one thing this is good for: I’m at the Music Hack Day, a 24-hour hackathon in aid … Continue reading
Here’s my second App – it’s a clock! This is an ad-supported freebie, so if you have an iPhone and any free time, please repeatedly click on the ad link, then I might make a few cents. Anyway all the … Continue reading
More details at the WireGUI site.
Here is the latest from the Cylobian rolling HARD NEWS service: Liam Gallagher dedicates Beady Eye song to Japan’s earthquake victims Lady Gaga Designs Wristband for Japan Earthquake Relief Help Japan Poster now available Heartbreaking, oops saddening picture emerges of … Continue reading
font-family: “Menlo”, “Andale Mono”, “Monaco”; I’m in love with Menlo but it’s not very standard or web safe or whatever. I hope what you’re seeing is at least some kind of fixed-width font.
I’m still fiddling with the colours.