AboutPeter Chilvers is a musician and software designer. Best known for creating the iPhone applications Bloom and Trope with Brian Eno, he has also toured with Karl Hyde (Underworld) and recorded a number of albums Tim Bowness. (more)
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Scape is a new iPad app I’ve been developing with Brian Eno for nearly two years. Although it is a further venture into generative music, it’s very different to our earlier apps, Bloom and Trope. View Scape on the App … Continue reading
After a long incubation period, I’m pleased to announce a new album from Letka, a project with Irish vocalist Sandra O’Neill. Here’s the press the release: “From the opening Beyond the Fold, featuring backing vocals and production from Brian Eno, … Continue reading
Nick Parker has interviewed me for music technology website Evolver.fm. The interview discusses the origins of Bloom, the iPhone app I developed with Brian Eno, as well as the history and future of music app development.
Brian’s latest album Drums Between the Bells, a collection of musical settings of poetry by Rick Holland was released this week, and I think it’s one of his finest. It’s an eclectic mix, distinctive narrators slowly delivering Rick’s text over … Continue reading
More footage from the concert in Tallinn with Tim Bowness and UMA has arrived, at much higher quality this time: It opens with an improvisation from UMA (featuring a brief performance of “Putting a Bottle on the Floor” by Tim … Continue reading
I seem to have a large number of projects that are slowly edging to completion, all waiting for that last, and most difficult 10%. Specifically: A new generative app for the iPhone and iPad. A mini album recorded with Sandra … Continue reading