Rows upon rows of binary code scroll up Kim Kraft's computer screen. Like a player piano, his CPU reads these hieroglyphs and generates music. Though the song sounds like just another progressive house tune, it isn't. It's an example of an under-recognized genre called tracking -- music made by non-musicians on... More >>>
Though hardly as engaging as a KISS concert, software performers (like Saurin Shah, of Digital Rhythms Inc.) are coming.