Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD, Album)

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Related Tags techno Add tags View all tags. Featured On Play album. Emergence Max Cooper 54, listeners. Artist images 17 more. Max Cooperlisteners Related Tags minimal minimal techno techno Max Cooper has more than 50 original releases, tracks and remixes under his belt, from glitchy reinterpretations of big bands like Hot Chip and Au Revoir Simone to straight dancefloor 12"s like his breakthrough "Serie" originals and remixes for names like AgoriaDominik EulbergExtraweltPig and DanKaiserdisco and Sasha.

The approach, meanwhile, is anything but simple. A melancholy composer whose live sets can raise blisters in a club, Cooper is as comfortable writing abstract electronica as he is writing dancefloor techno 12"s. A rationalist with an otherw… read more. Max Cooper has more than 50 original releases, tracks and remixes under his belt, from glitchy reinterpretations of big bands like Hot Chip and Au Revoir Simone to straight dancefloor 12"s like his breakthrough "Serie" o… read more.

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The collective action of the spring system produces constantly-shifting hills and valleys of points that become oriented in nearly the same direction. Straddling these valleys are groups of springs that have "fractured" in opposite directions, in a process similar to the forces governing the patterns that form in the cracked earth of a dry riverbed. The second system is a simulation that rides along the "surface" of the spring grid.

This system produces Turing pattern-like stripes and blobs that split and merge as they propagate across the underlying spring system vector field, yielding an overall effect analogous to seafoam on an ocean wave. Like a fluid simulation, this system propagates quantities over a vector field, but no divergence minimization or advection process is used—the process is mediated only by the interplay of diffusion and various quantities computed on the vector field, namely, curl vorticitydivergence, and the average distance between neighboring vectors.

The equations Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD the interactions between these quantities were chosen so that the system remains constantly in a state of flux, rather than settling into a stable configuration—they were not chosen so that the system models some specific physical process.

The output of these two systems is a vector field. In order to turn this vector field into a terrain, a solver integrates over the field to produce a height at every point i. It is not possible to perfectly recover a heightmap from these systems, so the output of the solver is a continually-updated approximation. The terrain is rendered using raymarching, so that the entire process, from simulation to rendering, is computed entirely on the GPU.

The story of the emergence of life is told by looking at some key components, the cell, cellular organelles and biochemical processes, heredity in the form of DNA, then the development of the simplest cellular forms into ever more complex and adapted structures, all the way up to the morphological richness and complexity of the plant and animal worlds.

RabbitHole and BlackBox filmed two immiscible liquids to demonstrate the process by which cells can form, forcibly mixing the liquids by mechanical means resulting Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD the formation of isolated spherical droplets of hydrophobic oils in water.

Even now, our cells rely on these same electromagnetic forces involving water to create their cell membranes. All living cells have the same sort of hydrophobic barrier to the outside world, to allow them to be self-contained units upon which selectional pressures can start to act to spur on protolife moving towards life.

Living cells membranes are much more complex than what is created here, but the general idea of how simple natural forces can lead to simple self-contained units in which competition could begin, was something I thought was interesting and a good way of showing this part of the start in an artistic way. This video sequence by Nick Cobby shows cell-organelle-like structures developing, and lock-and-key-like interactions for the glitch sections.

So I thought it would be a nice abstract way of presenting intracellular form and dynamics; the factory operating inside every living cell, reliant on a vast shipping network, countless tiny molecular machines and complex molecules bouncing in a hot soup Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD fitting together in precise forms to direct metabolism and cell behaviour. The Institute provided data from DNA folding experiments which map the points of contact between chromosomes.

Real chromosomal conformation data was used to create videos showing how DNA folds into complex structures which help define its function in every Album). Andy Lomas built a visual system to make a music video and later VR experience showing a simulated model which tries to predict how the chromosome must fold in order to produce the correct final structure matching the points of contact data. These beautiful generative visuals by Andy Lomas are built from a mathematical model of cell division, mechanical forces and responses to nutrients and light.

Perhaps surprisingly, his simplified system regularly yields morphologies reminiscent of real biological forms, even though it is not set up with specifically biological rules. Andy sets the parameters describing the physical forces between cells, and their growth responses to nutrients and light in the simulated system, and the cells replicate to create a new physical structure every time.

His work demonstrates the huge potential of multicellular forms and growth processes to create beautiful ordered and adaptive structures emerging from simple natural laws.

Interestingly, the most aesthetically rich growth behaviours tend to occur at the boundaries between parameter space regions for specific forms - complexity and potential for rich functionality being a product of phase transition regions.

A general principle that seems to reach far into other areas of science. I forced an emergent rhythm by sampling the sound of rain hitting my window using binaural microphones, and then took the random rain hits and gradually during the track force them towards their nearest grid positions on a live-drum grid pattern.

This process causes the initially random rain hits to slowly produce an emergent rhythm, which forms the basis of the percussion for the rest of the track i. Maxime Causeret has created a beautiful colourful exploration of simple living forms in an ancient marine environment, looking at morphological specialisation, emergent swarming behaviours, reaction-diffusion, immotile plant forms and simple motile life competing for resources - Some of the sorts of systems important in leading to the rich variation and specialisation of life we see today, with a near-perfectly adapted form for every different ecological niche.

Vincent Houze has created a great audio responsive living environment for this chapter. Sea life is still dominant at this period in the story, before complex land-life has taken hold.

The music for the section is the track, Seed, with Kathrin deBoer, where I recorded a many takes of her vocalising over a tremolo chord progression, and then layered up the vocals as an instrument. This chapter is told by Sabine Volkert, an amazing artist who hand draws every frame of the video sequence to yield a very different, very humanised type of music video. We are surrounded by cycles, in our days, seasons, behaviours, growth and decay, birth and death, the repeating of all things and their impermanence.

All of life and the natural environment has cycles operating at many levels from cellular protein turnover, to growth phases, sleep and wake cycles in complex organisms following the cycles of the day, monthly and yearly cycles of tides and seasons. In recent years, these popular names have all been grouped under the vast and imprecise label "neoclassical". In truth, this "scene" looks more like a motley crew of curious artists who mix classical instruments with electronic production.

Drawing influence from American minimalism, these musicians tantalise the senses and expand horizons on both sides of the musical spectrum. With their chloroformed rhythms and heavy ambience, Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Morcheeba and several other outfits invented a kind of dark, futuristic and often cinematic soul music.

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Emergence Max Cooper 54, listeners. Artist images 17 more. Max Cooperlisteners Related Tags minimal minimal techno techno Max Cooper has more than 50 original releases, tracks and remixes under his belt, from glitchy reinterpretations of big bands like Hot Chip and Au Revoir Simone to straight dancefloor 12"s like his breakthrough "Serie" originals and remixes for names like AgoriaDominik EulbergExtraweltPig and DanKaiserdisco and Sasha. The approach, meanwhile, is anything but simple.

A melancholy composer whose live sets can raise blisters in a club, Cooper is as comfortable writing abstract electronica as he is writing dancefloor techno 12"s. A rationalist with an otherw… read more.

Max Cooper has more than 50 original releases, tracks and remixes under his belt, from glitchy reinterpretations of big bands like Hot Chip and Au Revoir Simone to straight dancefloor 12"s like his breakthrough "Serie" o… read more.

Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. Friday 2 April Saturday 3 April Sunday 4 April Monday 5 April Tuesday 6 April Wednesday 7 April Thursday 8 April Friday 9 April Saturday 10 April Sunday 11 April Monday 12 April For a long time I wanted to experiment with visualising worlds in higher dimensional space, folded down to 3-dimensions for viewing just as we can view a 3-dimensional world folded down to a 2-dimensional screen.

When higher dimensional shapes are rotated and viewed from a lesser dimensional view-point, beautiful structural warping seems to occur, even though the objects are not actually changing shape. I wanted to use this natural process to give insight into the property of spatial dimensionality, and eventually I was lucky enough to find a mathematician, Dugan Hammock, with a shared interest in these forms of visual system, and the skills to build the required Matlab code to model them.

Here we view the beauty of the simple act of rotating objects that exist in 4 dimensions of space, as a means of introducing the concept of dimensionality.

Symmetry is one of the most Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD principles of nature, and forms the basis of music. So this music video is an early chapter in the Emergence audio-visual project, where the basic principles of nature are visualised, setting the stage for the physical universe to come into being.

Symmetry is the idea that one aspect of a system can change while another remains constant. The idea of natural laws themselves, rely on the forms of symmetry that mean Album) same forces will apply to you as they do to me, independently of our position in space or time.

The principle is also responsible for music, in that our enjoyment of Organa - Max Cooper - Emergence (CD, melody, harmony and rhythm comes from our subconscious appreciation of different types of patterns i. I wanted to visualise the idea that some properties of a system can be changed, while others remain constant. This gives rise to predictability and patterns in the world around us; things follow the same rules today as they did yesterday, and we stay the same person irrespective of what direction we face or where we are.

Symmetries in nature cause what we call natural laws, to exist. Kevin McGloughlin explored this idea in the video by using simple symmetrical forms primarily the circleand symmetrical operations applied to them - rotations, translations and reflections. The animation demonstrates the beauty of this simple concept when applied in an iterative journey towards ever increasing complexity, both visually and musically.

Nature at the smallest scales is thought to be composed of something wave-like. Waves are also the basis of music, and they yield beautiful visual form in addition. Maybe we have some subconscious appreciation for their importance, or it could just be through social conditioning and the fact that they are common forms because of their natural irreducibility.

The idea seemed like a simple one visually, so I wanted to create a simple classic synth approach musically, and find a strong retro aesthetic visually to match. Tom Hodge added some Fender Rhodes noodling for extra retro feel, and Kevin McGloughlin nailed the visual approach with a great technique for presenting waves as the product of strong moving lines in a simple colour scheme.

I chose the concept of waves for part of the Emergence story, because they are a very important idea in much of our understanding of the world around us, and within us.

They form the basis of light and wireless communications, and our source of energy from the sun which creates almost all plant and animal life. Our best understanding of the fundamental nature of reality at the smallest scales is purely waves, apparently. And even the process of neuronal action that produces our awareness relies on waves of charge flow created by forces which are supposedly themselves mediated by waves - the virtual photon, a massless wave i.

There are different ways in which waves can operate, and what constitutes a wave at all, with or without a medium for example. But they all seem to involve energy transfer without needing the transfer of physical mass - like you can see in the video, the mass each particle, or a charge moves up and down on a single axis, and the wave, and energy, is propagated through the medium by these point oscillations. Now the stage has been set with natural law, the physical universe of matter emerges with the big bang, and the familiar physical Album) of nature start to shape this initially formless sea of hydrogen towards the universe we see above us.

Slowly gravity starts to take its effect on Album) tiny irregularities in the density of this huge cloud, and matter starts to clump. Eventually so much hydrogen clumps in one place that the forces involved initiate the first nuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium, and the first light is produced as a by-product, with the birth of the first star.

The gravitational aggregation process continues however, and eventually the forces become so great that even light is sucked in, and the first black hole is formed, eventually swallowing us, the viewer. Cart 0 Your cart is empty. Available in Bit CD Quality Unlimited Streaming Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps Start my trial period and start listening to this album. Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription Subscribe. Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription Listen on Qobuz.

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