CodeBass Radio: Runtime Expectations Interview with Joseph Labrecque

Adrian Pomilio interviews Joseph Labrecque at 360|Flex in Denver, CO – April 2011. I was interviewed for the Runtime Expectations internet radio show while at 360|Flex in Denver. It was great chatting with Adrian and we touched upon many subjects over the course of the interview. Some of the topics discussed during the interview include: music composition, book and tutorial authoring, the AEL and ACP programs with Adobe, mobile development, teaching technical subjects, and the sad state of tech journalism. I encourage anyone interested to  check out the other interviews from 360|Flex including John Wilker, the Nielsen Company, and Mollie Rusher of On3! What

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6Threads – Coming Soon!

Having just completed the master for the upcoming An Early Morning Letter, Displaced release; 6Threads, I’d like to make a formal announcement here along with some words about this collection of work. Track listing: To Lead You Down Strangling Strangers Atrophy (still) So Crushed Alice If Only 6Threads is the first EP release from An Early Morning Letter, Displaced since 2002. I remember when I completed the August EP in 2000, how relieved I was that it was over and could not imagine the work it would take to complete a full length album. Over a decade later, we have

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Articles of Note! August 2010

I’d like to take some time as this month comes to a close to highlight some articles and posts that have featured my personal involvement with ‘An Early Morning Letter, Displaced‘, Emergent Collective One, or both: Joseph LabrecqueAugust 20th – CodeBass.net 360Flex – An awesome night of nerd made music!! 360Flexapalooza!August 18th – 360|Flex DU programmer moonlights as electronic musicianJuly 16th – DU Today Also, it’s been almost a month since Emergent Collective One was released. Here are some posts about the collection: Emergent Collective One Community CD Released “Emergent Collective One” – All the Little Pieces… EMERGENT COLLECTIVE released,

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“Emergent Collective One” – Now Available

Emergent Collective One Formally known as the “community compilation CD project”, Emergent Collective One is now available for download. As detailed in the original call for submissions, this is a community effort and is quite free for those who wish to acquire a copy. Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license; you may download, distribute, and make as many copies of these materials as you like, so long as you perform no modifications and retain attribution to the artists involved. A few extra notes… Something you’ll notice immediately when visiting the website, is that you can view the

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LAST CALL! Community Compilation CD Project

July 1st is almost upon us and that date marks the closing of submissions for the Community Compilation CD Project! If you want to get a track in… better do it ASAP! We already have an incredible turnout from the confirmed contributers but would not mind a few surprises, either. Just so you all know- I’m holding myself to the deadline as well and my submission (above) just needs a few final tweaks before July 1st has come and gone… I never expected anyone to go out of their way and create new material for the compilation and have been

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An Early Morning Letter, Displaced: Shudderflowers

Shudderflowers official release date is set for September 22nd, 2009. It may or may not be available to purchase from various retailers at that time, but here are a few you can try, after the date has passed: iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, and eventually Verizon, Zune, Napster, and the rest… An Early Morning Letter, Displaced: Shudderflowers 2009 Fractured Vision Media Shudderflowers reflects upon themes of fervent self-destruction and the fragility of the female mind. Tortured soundscapes pierced with the bones of shattered dreams. A nightmare concert filled with the anguished cries of broken children, delivered with a sweeping stiletto… and

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