ImproteK music software: ImproteKjazz

Performances
Didactic

Didactic videos

Dialogue with Bernard Lubat (keyboards) and ImproteK software on the tune D'ici d'en bas.
Uzeste, May 2012

Transformations by Marc Chemillier with an early version of the ImproteK software (looping, acceleration) on the tune J'aime pour la vie and comments by Bernard Lubat (in French).
Uzeste, November 2011

Transformations by Jérôme Nika with an early version of the ImproteK software after a solo by Bernard Lubat on the tune D'ici d'en bas. Various parts of the memory (represented by different colors on the piano roll) are used to alternate the melody and its counterpoint.
Uzeste, January 2013

Solo by Bernard Lubat on the tune Cécile ma fille (C. Nougaro) which is then dislocated by transformations applied by Marc Chemillier (acceleration, superimposition).
Uzeste, February 2013

Solo with an early version of the ImproteK software on the tune All The Things You Are by recombining solos on a different tune D'ici d'en bas, and subsequent comments by Bernard Lubat (in French).
Uzeste, February 2013

Transformations by Jérôme Nika with an early version of the ImproteK software (looping, acceleration) on the tune Autumn Leaves.
Uzeste, February 2013

Polyphonic improvisation by Jérôme Nika with an early version of the ImproteK software on the tune J'aime pour la vie.
Uzeste, February 2013

 

Older examples with previous prototypes

Improvisation using an early version of the ImproteK software on a transcription of Erroll Garner's latin style solo on Tea For Two.
February 2012

Transformations by applying substitution rules to the chord progression of the tune Goodbye Porkpie Hat with a solo played by Bernard Lubat on the substituted harmonies displayed in real time on a screen.
Uzeste, December 2007

Algorithmic remix by Marc Chemillier of Kerri Chandler's house tune "Rain" by applying substitution rules to the original chord progression (the substituted sequences alternate with an audio sample of the original one).
December 2001

Transformations by applying substitution rules to the chord progression of the blues with a right hand solo added manualy by Marc Chemillier.
April 5, 2000