cat's swing

cat hits


   The cat does not belong to jey.

 She visited jey one day and lives in next door of jey's.

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  Jeyong Jung

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           Jeyong Jung is an algorithmic/electronic music composer who also searches for audio-visual methods. He has a primary interest in inversely using statistics, which he uses to create dynamics and fluctuating tendencies. While studying at the Institute of Sonology, Jung first met randomness-oriented conceptual approaches and developed his own methods. One of these techniques is the so-called jey-noise. In 2019, together with the jey-noise-fan colleagues in The Hague, Jung launched an external package for Max called ACToolkit, distributed by Max Package Manager (beta versions are downloadable from
           The pieces of his composed at the Analogue Studio of the Institute of Sonology comprise his main repertoire.


Pieces 2011-2020

Link to the audio-visual version of
Noise Gallery 3 / Edge of Dust

Sound Structures Synthesized in the Analogue Studio of the Institute of Sonology (2017)

ACToolkit (64bit) formerly jey-Toolkit

distributed by the Package Manager of Max 7/8!
made by Jeyong Jung, Johan van Kreij,
                 Peter Pabon, Sohrab Motabar
Patches and objects for Algorithmic Composition and statistical processes; Runs on Max 7/8 of Cycling '74

Download the latest beta-version ACToolkit from SourceForge! Please note that some Jitter features that the patches included in the package utilize WON'T be working on Max 6.1.10.

Paper The Paradox of Random Order

written by Jeyong Jung, Peter Pabon, Graham Flett
edited by Johan van Kreij

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