„Die Hamletmaschine“ is a performance for voice and live-electronics.
Contemporary Music, Hörspiel
Yohkoh means ray of sunshine in Japanese.
La mélodie du bonheur is the musicalization of the emotions of our society.
"Chasing LIFE on MAX" goals are:
Pixel Bleed is an exploration of decay and repetition all done live via Max/Msp with absolutely no overdubs nor sequencers.
This is an extension of Project 894, in which a 2D landscape was used to control morphing between MIDI clips in Ableton Live. Here color and video are instead used to provide the UI for morphing.
"Still Life" is about trying to move [on] and feeling like moving isn't necessarily getting you anywhere.
“She Was A Visitor” is a vocal piece written by Robert Ashley in 1967.
The Typewriter is an OSC controller and software that allows to create performances generating or manipulating written text, sounds and images within the same instrument and using the same gestures. The hardware is build out of an old mechanical typewriter, equipped with contacts to recognize the different key strokes (including upper case and lower case characters, carriage return, space and backspace).
First in a series of game inspired sequencers built for Push, grab the first release for FREE Push Pong is a generative sequencer built in Max for Live inspired by Batuhan Bozkurt's excellent Otomata Generative Musical Sequencer.
THE MAX MAESTRO is an animated notation system for choir/ crowd of people, which was developed within the artistic research project VOICES OF UMEÅ by Anders Lind, composer, CD at the Department of Creative studies/ Umeå university/ Sweden.
dublab's all-night ambient happening at Sonos Studio... -- Live performances -- Jon Hassell (performing his 1969 piece Solid State) Sun Araw M.