The Guardian

Posted on September 27, 2012 by Lars Gredal

Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers talk Scape, iPad apps and generative music

‘It didn’t start out as a bunch of random, funny electronic sounds…’

“I might retire, now I’ve found a way to make myself redundant,” chuckles Brian Eno, fairly early on in our conversation in his West London studio.

Hold the headlines, though. Eno is neither redundant nor packing in the day job. But working with his collaborator Peter Chilvers, he has released an app called Scape that enables any iPad owner to create “generative” music with some of his own compositional tools and sounds.

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