The company we co-founded in 1990
SSEYO was best known for the legendary (and now long retired) SSEYO Koan apps.
SSEYO was founded in 1990 by the Intermorphic founders Tim Cole and Pete Cole, and with friend Jon Pettigrew (see also early SSEYO in Credits). In our 30 year journey SSEYO may be our past, but Intermorphic (which owns all past SSEYO IP) is our future.
Although SSEYO pioneered many things, it was best known through Brian Eno's use of SSEYO Koan Pro for his 1996 released "Generative Music 1 with SSEYO Koan Software" (published by SSEYO and Opal Music) and also “miniMIXA”, a powerful mobile music mixer first released in 2004.
In 2002 SSEYO was acquired by Tao Group whose assets were sold in 2007, which was why we then started Intermorphic - we wanted to continue our life's work in creating generative apps to help generate ideas and deliver unique "inmo" experiences. But, where did SSEYO Koan go? In 2007 it evolved into Intermorphic Noatikl, which in 2017 itself evolved into Wotja!
Please refer to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine to view the old SSEYO website and for further details on SSEYO or Tao Group (you may need to be patient as the IAWM is a bit temperamental).
The first archived SSEYO site is from November 1996 and the last for the SSEYO site was March 7 2007 (after which Tao Group cleansed it of all SSEYO information). When accessed from there the menuing no longer seems to work, and some versions now redirect you back to the intermorphic website (in which case try using sseyoindex.html after the SSEYO domain in the Wayback Machine, or sseyo.html).
Some links below in the Announcements section are direct to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
SSEYO Key History
Tim Cole had the initial idea for Koan.
"The original inspiration for our approach to generative music engines came from the classic Foundation series by Isaac Asimov, which I probably started to read some time in the 70s. In it, Asimov introduced the the Visi-Sonor, a device which could be manipulated by a skilled operator to create amazing multimedia entertainments combining both music and visuals. Today it would be called a kind of hyper-instrument. I thought no more of it until 1986 when, for some reason, I started deliberating about a sphere-like composition and performance instrument and madly figured it would be fun to try to create a computer music system which could affect you on an emotional level, by enhancing or filtering your perceptions, and provide ever-changing, eventually interactive, music. A key premise was that much of the musical 'processing' would be carried out by the listener, who would bring to it their own perceptions, situation and 'wetware', so internalizing and personalizing the experience."
By 1992 the first version of Koan had gone into beta with a small group of select testers. We continued to make good progress with it and by 1994 we were ready to release SSEYO Koan Plus software which was published and distributed (on CD ROM) by Koch Media.
After a long development cycle starting in 1992, SSEYO Koan Pro V1.0 was published in 1995. It was a powerful generative music authoring system that was updated and extended several times in the ensuing years and was available up until SSEYO was acquired in 2002.
Generative Music 1 with SSEYO Koan Software
In 1995 we managed (with Koan Plus) to bring SSEYO Koan to the attention of Brian Eno - and it turned out he was interested in using it! He started creating Koan pieces with SSEYO Koan Pro which, in April 1996, lead to the publication of his seminal title “Generative Music 1 with SSEYO Koan software”. Luckily for researchers, Eno's early relationship with SSEYO Koan was captured in his 1995 diary "A Year with Swollen Appendices" published in 1996 and which includes several references to SSEYO Koan and various meetings with the Coles (primarily Tim Cole) and also Jon Pettigrew.
Koan X was an easy to use, "Drag 'n' mix" system for generative music. It let you drag generative elements onto a mixing canvas (drag-and-drop) and then mix/modify the elements, including their pitch, pan and volume. Each element in the mix created its music according to what other elements were doing - they were all aware of each other, creating in that context and so it was a "group composition" so to speak. Koan X also let you control piece level rules, too, and allowed the mix elements to move randomly with a variety of flocking mechanisms (physics). It was probably a first in terms of generative music (see Sound On Sound 1997 review of Koan X).
Niskala with SSEYO Koan Software
Landmark generative music release by pioneering generative artist Jamuud (David Muddyman) of Loop Guru. Featured Koan pieces written and recorded in 1996.
Float with SSEYO Koan Software
Landmark generative music release by pioneering generative artist Timothy Didymus. Featured Koan pieces written and recorded between 1995 and 1996
Koan Essentials Morphing Drum and Bass
A fun Drag 'n' Mix title that included Koan X Silver and a number of SF2 and WAV audio samples licensed from Zero G.
The SSEYO Koan Interactivity Platform (2001 BAFTA Winner)
This continued to be developed by us at SSEYO until 2001 (when it won the 2001 Interactive Entertainment BAFTA for Technical Innovation).
SSEYO and Interactive Audio
Since 1997 we were working with interactive music, simple music mixers, web toys, interactive music driven animations, music mixers with music driven animations, click-play instruments, email music, "Do the space shake" etc. (all the above examples require the no longer available Koan Interactive Music plugin to play, however)!
SSEYO and Vector Audio
In 2000 & 2001 we found ways to deliver sounds in one SMS: we called this approach vector audio ("VA"). Intermorphic has continued working with / developing VA approaches meaning that social media shareable Wotja URLs (which use a URL file format) can play entire generative music pieces, fully loaded with FX and including various display and visualiser settings.
In 2002 our company SSEYO was acquired by Tao Group.
SSEYO miniMIXA (2005 BAFTA Winner)
At Tao we set about building the intent Sound System [iSS]. This was a comprehensive audio framework and set of related technologies specifically suited to use on mobile. It included a mixer, modular synthesiser, midi synthesiser and a host of other things. One of the products that came out of this was Tao's APRE (Advanced Polyphone Ringone Engine), deployed with Tao's Java Engine.
Following the completion of that work, and starting in 2004, we built the first version of SSEYO miniMIXA which went on to win the 2005 Interactive Entertainent BAFTA for Music. SSEYO miniMIXA V2 was released in 2006 and SSEYO miniMIXA V3 was due for release in 2007, but for the demise of Tao Group in June 2007.
We worked at Tao Group until June 2007 when Tao Group's assets were sold. Many of the engineering staff and management of Tao Group went on to form a new company, Antix Labs which has sadly now also gone.
We wanted to continue our life's work in creating generative music and creativity apps and we knew we had to start again. Before Tao Group's assets were sold, therefore, we co-founded Intermorphic to carry on our work and the rest is history!
Noatikl became the spiritual successor to Koan and provided Koan users a bridge to an exciting future for generative music, plus we created a new creative writing tool called Liptikl that used the 'cut-up technique'. The Noatikl engine also later featured in Mixtikl, the successor to miniMIXA.
Since then we have continued innovating and forging a path forwards with software uses both generative and cut-up techniques and that benefits from all our past experience and learning. All our apps are now consolidated into one app brand, Wotja.
SSEYO Intellectual Property (IP)
In 2008 Intermorphic acquired from the VC that was behind Tao Group the rights to ALL of the SSEYO Intellectual Property (IP). This included (but was not limited to) the SSEYO.com domain, SSEYO trademarks and all the SSEYO, Koan, miniMIXA and iSS [intent Sound System] related technology IP (and which is now part of our Tech).
As a result, we now own the whole body of work that is our "back catalogue". Safe in the knowledge that the valuable old SSEYO Koan IP is now safe in our "curatorial" hands we can and do draw upon it as and when we need to.
Note: We did not take on SSEYO as a going concern, or get any customer records etc.
SSEYO Before Tao
SSEYO Product Achievements:
- 1994: SSEYO Koan Plus (Koan Player) Generative Music System (Koan being precursor to Noatikl)
- 1995: SSEYO Koan Pro 1 Authoring System
- 1996: SSEYO Koan MIME Type IANA application (later granted)
- 1996: Brian Eno's "Generative Music 1 with SSEYO Koan Software"
- 1996: SSEYO Koan Plugin for Netscape
- 1996: SSEYO Koan X Drag-n-Mix Authoring Tool
- 1997: SSEYO Koan Pro 2 Authoring System
- 1997: Jamuud of Loop Guru' "Niskala"
- 1997: Tim Didymus' "Float"
- 1998: Koan^Oasis world's 1st distributed generative composition
- 1998: SSEYO Koan Essentials Morphing Drum + Bass with Zero G
- 1999: SSEYO Freemixer Flash based generative mixer with IKMC
- 1999: SSEYO Freensense Flash based badge with IKMC
- 2000: Modular Synth added to IKMC and Koan Authoring Tools
- 2000: SSEYO FreeDrum Flash based beats with IKMC
- 2000: SSEYO Koan plugin for Dreamweaver
- 2001: SSEYO Koan for Pocket PC (iPAQ)
- 2001: SSEYO Koan Vector Audio & format
- 2001: SSEYO Ringtone Remixer
- 2001 BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards Winner - Technical Innovation [SSEYO Koan Interactive Audio Platform]
- UK Design Council's Millennium Products Award for the most innovative British products
- British Telecom’s BT Vision 100 awards for the most visionary companies in the UK
SSEYO Developments & News:
- Jun 1986 - Tim Cole had the initial idea for Koan
- Sept 1990 - SSEYO incorporated and work started on what was to become the SSEYO Koan Generative Music Engine
- During 1992 - SSEYO Koan beta versions went out
- Oct 1994 - SSEYO Koan Plus published (distributed by Koch Media)
- Sep 1995 - SSEYO asked to present technology to Creative Labs European developer conference
- 27 Oct 1995 - SSEYO Koan Pro published
- 30 Oct 1995 - New Koan Pro/Koan Plus demos available online today
- 14 Nov 1995 - Eno KoanMusic exclusive on CompuServe - GO ENOKOAN
- 3 Dec 1995 - New Koan demos Sitar/Low Res Shaping/Sprint
- 3 Dec 1995 - Tiny new Koan file format
- 23 Dec 1995 - Koan Pro wins first choice in FM Gear of the Year award
- 11 Feb 1996 - Computer Shopper - "Public has a right to know"
- 15 Feb 1996 - Sunday Times - "Debussy would have loved Koan"
- 15 Feb 1996 - PC Format Silver Award - "Amazingly effective"
- 17 Feb 1996 - The Mix - "Light years ahead"
- 1 Mar 1996 - The Independent - Eno "The beginning of a new era"
- 3 Mar 1996 - SSEYO company presentation in SPC's revolutionary ASAP format
- 13 Mar 1996 - New 32 bit version of Koan Pro V1.2 (and others)
- 1 Apr 1996 - The Gap reviews the Koan project
- 2 Apr 1996 - Australia's Toy Satellite - SSEYO's 1st download sponsor
- 17 Apr 1996 - Brian Eno's Generative Music 1 with SSEYO Koan Software published
- 25 Apr 1996 - VKOOL comms. - SSEYO's 1st Canadian download "sponsor"
- 25 Apr 1996 - Foley Hi Tech - SSEYO's first American download "sponsor"
- 23 May 1996 - SSEYO Koan plugin - now listed on Netscape's plugin page
- 2 Jun 1996 - UUNET PIPEX - Official SSEYO website
- 8 Jun 1996 - Imagination conference - Eno demos Koan Pro to over 3000 people
- 26 Jun 1996 - Netscape/SSEYO press release about Koan plugin
- 30 Jun 1996 - Windows 1995/ I.E users - new downloads for you
- 1 Jul 1996 - Stunning demo for LiveConnect and Netscape Navigator 3
- 2 Jul 1996 - Press - Microsoft Network (MSN) UK demo CD - includes Koan software
- 4 Jul 1996 - Eno's exclusive online conference on CompuServe - transcript
- 9 Jul 1996 - Koan LiveConnect showcase page - 6th in world
- 17 Jul 1996 - Press - KoanMusic rocks Netscape's LiveConnect showcase
- 30 Jul 1996 - Press - Koan software ships on CompuServe demo CDs
- 13 Aug 1996 - New Koan Dance music engine V3 beta
- 19 Aug 1996 - Listenup - KoanMusic to be on National BBC Radio 3 "Mixing It"
- 19 Aug 1996 - Three ambient Eno KoanMusic pieces to check out
- 25 Aug 1996 - National paper "Sunday Business" - SSEYO KoanMusic story
- 27 Aug 1996 - New Koan pieces for the Yamaha Midplug
- 9 Oct 1996 - New Koan plugins and players with the new Koan engine
- 9 Oct 1996 - New Koan X drag 'n' mix software beta now uploaded
- 10 Oct 1996 - Press - SSEYO Koan X makes it easy to create free music content for the WWW
- 16 Oct 1996 - National BBC Radio 1 and Koan X
- 4 Nov 1996 - Koan ActiveX control announced
- 10 Nov 1996 - USA - San Jose Koan gig - 15th Annual New Age Renaissance Fair
- 10 Nov 1996 - UK - Body Shop charity gig
- 18 Nov 1996 - Creative Labs Koan Comdex press releases
- 5 Dec 1996 - UK gig - Sprawl & SSEYO by the sea + special launch preview of Koan X
- 5 Dec 1996 - The Body Shop features KoanMusic on their website
- 11 Dec 1996 - KoanLive at IBM PC London Press Event
- 16 Dec 1996 - SSEYO Koan X published
- 30 Dec 1996 - BBC Radio 3's "Music for the next Millennium" talks about KoanMusic
- 31 Dec 1996 - New Year's wishes from SSEYO
- 5 Jan 1997 - SSEYO Online Store
- 31 Jan 1997 - Koan Plugin for Navigator Gold
- 3 Feb 1997 - Koan LiveConnect programming tips
- 10 Feb 1997 - Creative Labs the first multimedia company to 'go public' on KoanMusic
- 14 Feb 1997 - New Koan ActiveX control and programming tips
- 21 Feb 1997 - New Koan software today!
- 14 Mar 1997 - Hot extra Koan X Template packs now available!
- 19 Mar 1997 - Tomorrow's World Live at the NEC and Koan X Platinum
- 20 Mar 1997 - Open Market Inc feature SSEYO as case study
- 21 Mar 1997 - Yamaha link to Koan X - they love it!
- 24 Mar 1997 - M2 PRESSWIRE, #352148 - UUNET/SSEYO
- 25 Mar 1997 - Niskala by Jamuud published
- 27 Mar 1997 - London Gig - Tim Didymus/KoanMusic at The Sprawl
- 27 Mar 1997 - KoanMusic Community Ignites
- 13 Apr 1997 - New AWE Template Pack 2
- 14 Apr 1997 - New TerraTec SoundSystem Maestro 32/1996 Template Pack 1
- 24 Apr 1997 - Yamaha US link to us
- 25 Apr 1997 - Eno Koan recordings at the White
- 30 Apr 1997 - Starting Koan Newsgroup discussions
- 2 May 1997 - Hewlett-Packard + SSEYO's Koan X software
- 19 May 1997 - Didymus at the Brighton Fringe Festival
- 20 May 1997 - Sensorium Scan by Andrew Garton
- 21 May 1997 - Technology partnering with SSEYO
- 2 Jun 1997 - Koan makes Yamaha front page
- 18 Jun 1997 - Gary Hayes of the BBC on Koan
- 20 Jun 1997 - SSEYO Koan Pro 2 - its here!!
- 5 Jul 1997 - AWE Pack 3 - SSEYO Koan X Templates
- 14 Jul 1997 - Updated LiveConnect showcase
- 18 Jul 1997 - Updated Active X showcase
- 18 Jul 1997 - SSEYO and Time+Space Distribution
- 20 Jul 1997 - New Koan ActiveX control
- 22 Jul 1997 - 32 bit Koan X software ships
- 26 Jul 1997 - MIKE to enrich WWW!
- 1 Aug 1997 - CompuServe and Koan
- 2 Aug 1997 - Float by Timothy Didymus published
- 2 Aug 1997 - Didymus Koan installation of "Float"
- 5 Aug 1997 - KoanWorld - BT Shared Spaces project
- 8 Aug 1997 - SSEYO Koan at SIGGRAPH
- 12 Aug 1997 - MIKE - Active X version now here!
- 14 Aug 1997 - MIKE - Live Connect version now here!
- 10 Sep 1997 - Koan X SoundFont Template Pack
- 16 Sept 1997 - Koan Artist Gallery
- Oct Issue 1997 - Koan gets real seal of approval
- 7 Oct 1997 - NEW Interactive Koan Music Control
- 25 Oct 1997 - Koan Master in London gig
- 27 Oct 1997 - 3 1/2 hour SoundFont piece
- 17 Nov 1997 - Musical carpets lead the way
- 17 Nov 1997 - See Koan at Comdex with Microsoft
- 19 Nov 1997 - Now buy Koan software in USD!!
- 20 Nov 1997 - Meet the Koan Master
- 25 Nov 1997 - Koan music on BBC Radio 4
- 28 Nov 1997 - See Koan X for yourself!
- 8 Dec 1997 - Koan program on Creative's Inspire
- 10 Dec 1997 - Koan live in Stuttgart, Germany
- 18 Dec 1997 - Koan for the festive season...
- 24 Dec 1997 - Installing Koan is now so easy!
- 27 Dec 1997 - PiriPiri gig with Koan in France
- 2 Jan 1998 - *Lots* more Koan is coming in '1998
- 2 Jan 1998 - Koan in Creative Labs Inspire
- 8 Jan 1998 - New Koan link logos
- 27 Jan 1998 - New York Eno Koan Installation
- 28 Jan 1998 - Time+Space and Koan at NAMM
- 12 Feb 1998 - Major new Koan Software release
- 26 Feb 1998 - Intermorphic Koan Art Gallery
- 1 Apr 1998 - New SSEYO SoundFont Guitar Packs
- 2 Apr 1998 - SSEYO Koan Pro & UK PM Tony Blair
- 8 Apr 1998 - The NetStream by Tim Cole
- 15 Apr 1998 - SSEYO's Inaugural Internet Koan^oasis
- 23 Apr 1998 - Moebius - Koan community Forum
- 23 Apr 1998 - Koan Essentials - Morphing DnB
- 29 Jun 1998 - Koan on BBC Radio 3
- 1 Jul 1998 - Koan Gig - Jammin* Device play Paris, France July 3
- 1 Jul 1998 - Koan Essentials Morphing Drum & Bass CD-ROM published
- 2 Jul 1998 - Koan Gig - Unkle Velvet to play Manchester, UK Jul 11
- 13 Jul 1998 - Netscape choose SSEYO Koan software for expanded Netcenter SmartUpdate Service
- 20 Aug 1998 - Make royalty free music with 4 scorching SSEYO SoundFont template packs
- 31 Aug 1998 - SSEYO's Tim Cole is plenary speaker at ninth annual International Symposium on Electronic Art
- 31 Aug 1998 - Revolutionary SSEYO Koan Internet Music Mixer SKimmer in music industry shakeup. IKMC5 launched simultaneously.
- 7 Sep 1998 - Internet, Music and Stars.
- 24 Sep 1998 - 3 new scorching LoFi SSEYO SoundFont template packs
- 1 Oct 1998 - Generative Koan music system now on the Power Mac
- 25 Nov 1998 - Media Rich Banners Under 10k Include Dynamic SSEYO Koan Music
- 4 Jan 1999 - Koan Music Plugin for Mac Rings the Changes
- 30 Mar 1999 - Generative Music Now Drives Internet Animations
- 16 May 1999 - SSEYO Freeharp "Commusicators" Discovered on the Internet by SSEYO
- 17 May 1999 - MP3 Rocks Generative Music To a New Tune
- 19 Jul 1999 - Imagine You're in Another World With SSEYO FreeSense "Rainforest"
- 26 Aug 1999 - SSEYO Koan Mac Internet Audio Engine Supports Interactive MP3
- 2-9 Sep 1999 - SSEYO Koan featured in Ars Electronica 99
- 5 Sep 1999 - Koan in permanent Greyworld installation for Yorkshire sculpture park
- 20 Sep 1999 - SSEYO FreeMixer For Fast Online MP3/MIDI Music And Animations
- 23 Sep 1999 - More Net Music Power as SSEYO Koan Plug-In now optimised for the Intel® Pentium® III processor
- 10 Oct 1999 - SSEYO FreeMixer features on Yamaha UK website
- 18 Oct 1999 - SSEYO Music Mixer featured in Intel WebOutfitter showcase
- 21 Oct 1999 - Koan "Reasonable Doubt" Audio CD
- 24 Nov 1999 - SSEYO Freesense brings fastest net audio to any email or website
- 12 Dec 1999 - 'Convergence I' recorded generative compilation
- 17 Dec 1999 - Funsize Audiovisual FreeSenses with Seasonal, "Fortune" and Y2K Themes
- 24 Dec 1999 - Treasure Trove of Royalty Free MP3 Samples Online - A Big Yo! From SSEYO
- 27 Jan 2000 - SSEYO Joins Tao and Criterion in Digital Content Heaven
- 21 Feb 2000 - SSEYO provides interactive music content for Freeserve
- 1 Apr 2000 - Loop Guru and Koan
- 9 May 2000 - SSEYO Adds Powerful Synthesiser To Koan Interactive Audio Platform
- 8 Jun 2000 - SSEYO: The Freedrum To Create
- 5 Jul 2000 - Mobile Music Strikes The Right Key
- 29 Aug 2000 - SSEYO Announces $1.5 Million Investment
- 27 Nov 2000 - DJ With Your Cellphone
- 27 Feb 2001 - SSEYO and Orchimedia Combine to Provide Interactive Entertainment For Wireless Devices
- 20 Mar 2001 - SSEYO SSOUNDS for Dreamweaver
- 24 May 2001 - SSEYO Appoints Eno and Caswell to its Advisory Board
- 4 Jun 2001 - Koan Brings 100 Byte Audio to Pocket PC
- 13 Jul 2001 - SSEYO to Support OCPA and Consolidate Relationship With Tao
- 25 Sep 2001 - > Mobile Audio Really This Small.. <
- 26 Sep 2001 - SSEYO Nominated for 2001 BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards
- 4 Oct 2001 - Brian Eno's Email Composition Makes History
- 13 Nov 2001 - Ringtone Remixer Brings New Groove to Mobile Phones
- 27 Mar 2002 - Tao Group Acquires SSEYO
SSEYO Patent Filings:
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086626 A2)
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086628 A2)
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086630 A2)
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086625 A2)
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086627 A2)
- 2001: Automated generation of sound sequences (WO 2001086629 A2)
SSEYO After Tao
SSEYO Product Achievements:
- 2002-2004: Developed the Advanced Polyphonic Ringtone Engine (DLS MIDI Synth and Modular Synth now part of Intermorphic Sound System, and PSE in particular)
- 2000-2006: Developed the Tao intent Sound System (now the Intermorphic Sound System)
- 2004-2007: Developed SSEYO miniMIXA (precursor to Mixtikl)
- Finalist at 2005 Popkomm-IMEA Awards [SSEYO miniMIXA]
- 2005 BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards Winner - Music [SSEYO miniMIXA]
SSEYO Developments & News:
- 27 Mar 2002 - Tao Group Acquires SSEYO
- 10 Sept 2003 - Windows Mobile Smartphone Powered With intent Rocks Electronic Music Festival
- 21 Oct 2003 - Tao's Advanced Polyphonic Ringtone Engine Available First on Windows Mobile-based Smartphone
- 28 Oct 2003 - intent Sound System from Tao Enables Advanced Musical Functionality on Windows Mobile-based Smartphones
- 10 Dec 2003 - J@pan Inc with Music Media Watch feature on Tao Group's Advanced Polyphonic Ringtone Engine
- 5 Jan 2004 - Ceiton Inc. use Koan for interactive audio in WinLIKE [IE]
- 16 Jan 2004 - Sonaris pick up on Tao intent and iSS
- 19 Jan 2004 - Vodafone Receiver article by David Toop includes Tim Cole quotes on Tao iSS and SSEYO Koan
- 27 Feb 2004 - Tao Group delivers Java and Audio (APRE) to new Voq™ Professional Phone by Sierra Wireless
- Aug 12 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA in World-first Mobile DJ Set
- Aug 12 2004 - FutureDJ Event Rocked by Mobile Phone Application
- Sep 12 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA "Startlingly Good" (Mobile Choice)
- Dec 6 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA nominated for BAFTA
- Dec 13 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA ranked #1 (Mobile Choice)
- Dec 14 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA - unique mobile music mixer launched
- Dec 15 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA gets in depth review by MSMobileNews
- Dec 16 2004 - SSEYO miniMIXA press release on Business Wire (including quote "the mobile phone is the next electric guitar"
- Jan 27 2005 - New York Times on SSEYO miniMIXA
- Feb 12 2005 - Globe Technology and "Cellphones with Rhythm"
- Mar 07 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA wins BAFTA
- May 09 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA in T3 "How To" guide
- June 06 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA in Renesas SH Mobile News
- Jul 07 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA : 2005 Global Messaging Awards (Shortlist Mobile Messaging Innovation)
- Jul 12 2005 - U-Myx Mobile to be powered by miniMIXA
- Jul 27 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA nominated for 2005 Best Software Award (Pocket oC Magazine, Music Composition)
- Jul 28 2005 - Mobile Phone - The next electric guitar? [Musically.com opinion piece)
- Aug 03 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA finalist at 2005 Popkomm-IMEA Awards
- Sept 26th 2005 - Brian Eno Uses Koan on Another Day on Earth
- Nov 30th 2005 - SSEYO miniMIXA V2 launched - Raises Mobile Music Mixing Standards
- Mar 02 2006 - miniMIXA at 3rd Int. Mobile Music Workshop
- Mar 28 2006 - miniMIXA++: "Opens its Kimono"
- Apr 14 2006 - "Breaking Points" - Didymus (Koan) & Capra
- Apr 23 2006 - miniMIXA User Guide updated for 126.96.36.199
- May 19 2006 - SSEYO + miniMIXA live at Cybersonica
- Jun 26 2006 - Video clips of Cybersonica performances!
- Jun 26 2006 - FREE Cybersonica Content Zips available!
- Aug 12 2006 - Tim Cole Vodafone Receiver article
- Oct 17 2006 - Tim Cole on miniMIXA at Symbian show
- Oct 18 2006 - miniMIXA - Symbian's David Wood's Insight 12
- Nov 3 2006 - miniMIXA referenced in Mobile Media mag
- Nov 5 2006 - miniMIXA reviewed in Nov Computer Music