Stop, soup time!

Jerome on Music Production & Experimental Design

Finally, the moment we have we waited for a long time finally arrived - Jerome's presentation of music production and experimental design. We have been working up to this moment for a year and it was just as cool as we expected! 

Once every two weeks, it’s soup time at ILUMY. That means homemade soup and a presentation of something we as a company are working on. Or something that interests you and is a creative inspiration. We have people in our midst with damn cool talents and wide interests – so it’s definitely nice to hear something from one another. And plus, making the soup is a bit of a competition. We may be a company that focusses on technology, but we do love good food around here. This time is was up to Jerome to do the presentation, and Barca teamed up with Dominik to make delicious Czech garlic soup.

Jerome is our music guy in the office. You hear him tapping in the attick when he is listening to his tunes, and because of him we all know the repetoire of the Talking Heads by heart. He definitely breathes music and loves to work on experimental design as wel. And that’s not just producing beats, although he put us through the basics during his presentation with Herbie Hancock. (Or the ‘talented Lionel Richie’ as he likes to call him.) Jerome is also working on projects which experiment with movement and the creation of sound. (On a side note – maybe the PeerPep bike could have a more sound effects in the future?)

Here is an example of Jerome’s work for Het Orgelpark (The Organ Park) in Amsterdam. He created a sensor that would respond to the movements of a dancer. Pretty cool huh!

In two weeks we have David and Thomas putting us to the test with Coding 1.01. See you on the next project soup!


David • Technology Director at ILUMY

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