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Live coding youtube: organizing streaming media for an audiovisual performance

@inproceedings{Lee2017LiveCY,
  title={Live coding youtube: organizing streaming media for an audiovisual performance},
  author={Sang Won Lee and Jungho Bang and Georg Essl},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2017}
}
Music listening has changed greatly with the emergence of music streaming services, such as Spotify and YouTube. In this paper, we discuss an artistic practice that organizes streaming videos to perform a real-time improvisation via live coding. A live coder uses any available video from YouTube, a video streaming service, as source material to perform an improvised audiovisual piece. The challenge is to manipulate the emerging media that are streamed from a cloud server. The musical gesture… 

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