1998, Software for live mixing of audio samples written by Kevin McCoy

Curlycue gathers and layers recorded and live audio samples, generating random loops that the user can then activate and dynamically manipulate in real-time. The cued items are sequenced, drawn out, split, or otherwise mixed and are played as accompaniments to video or used as a live re-mixing tool during performances. This software has provided the basis for collaborative live performances by Kevin and Jennifer McCoy and installation projects such as Horror Chase (2002).

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