The system is named Gingerbread: The Mandelbrot Music Generator, a pun on Almondbread, the translation of Mandelbrot – the mathematician who discovered the formula from which PT’s music is generated. 1998: The first Organised Chaos album is released on CD on Halloween, followed by the Gingerbread system. The CD is hailed as Best Album of 1998 by New Age music magazine Wind & Wire, and Gingerbread is awarded Editor’s Pick and four star accolades on various shareware download & review web-sites. Prominent fractal composer Phil Jackson describes the system as the greatest fractal music generator ever created. Remixes of the album’s single Chimera are posted to the Organised Chaos web-site for free download. 1999: Publish and be DAM’d – an E.P.
of OC remixes and album out-takes is released. PT announces the eminent release of a new album of fractal music inspired by pre-Millennium angst, entitled Pocket Apocalypse – and the production of Strange Attractions - a compilation of fractal compositions by various fractal composers worldwide. 1999: At The X Foundation, at The Spitz Club, Spitalfields, London, PT performs fractal music in conjunction with a live band including vocals by D*Note and Sunship's MOBO award winning diva Anita Kelsey. 2000: A double CD mini-album set combining further OC remixes, album out-takes and new fractal compositions is released entitled The Ones That Got Away (Acts 1&2.) 2000: Pocket Apocalypse and Strange Attractions are cancelled due to over-exertion and exhaustion. PT leaves London permanently and returns home to South Wales to recover. 2001: PT releases Gingerbread: The Return – a new version of the system optimised for better performance on Windows XP. 2001: PT releases Venharis: An Adventure in Sound – a new fractal music generation system with a radical, science fiction inspired 3D Virtual Reality interface. The system is featured on several prominent web-sites including Shift.com and FineArtForum.org. 2002: PT begins design and prototyping work on The Fractal Machine – a third, professional level fractal and generative music composition system (not yet released.) 2002: On The Seventh Day: The Best of Organised Chaos is released on CD. 2002: Still exhausted by heavy workload, PT announces his departure from the fractal music genre for the foreseeable future. 2005: Digitally re-mastered DELUXE versions of Organised Chaos: The Music of Chaos Theory and The Ones That Got Away are released, featuring previously unreleased extended remixes and live tracks recorded in London, 1999. 2007: PT begins collaborations with various European synth/pop/dance acts as songwriter/lyricist.
2011: PT begins work on a new non-fractal music generation system and album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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