Build your own copyright infringer machine

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Build your own copyright infringer machine

Peter writes – “Handy with software and want to break some international copyright laws? Remix music with tiny fragments of copyrighted material. A new project (sCrAmBlEd?HaCkZ!) that uses audio input to trigger remixed, sliced samples (so you can beatbox in sounds) will soon release GPLed C++, Python, and Pd code. If that sounds too tricky, a previous project called Recycle TV included an open-sourced patch for the graphical multimedia environment Max/MSP — no coding required. Of course, this isn’t limited to hacking apart old MC Hammer videos: the real trend here is DIY software that intelligently remixes live audio, and using unusual interfaces for control (like your voice).” [via] – Link & ways to do this yourself – Link.

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