Contemporary Music, Hörspiel
Yohkoh means ray of sunshine in Japanese.
The work, realized by Project ENTER's Artistic Group, is the result of a path shared by 12 creatives: Alessandro Martinello, Alessio Navarra, Enrico Previato, Giorgia Poletto, Jonathan De Checchi, Luca Scapellato, Marco Zocca, Massimiliano Rossetto, Nadir Mognato, Nicola Lotto, Riccardo Franchi, Valentina Bazzanella. An experience of collective conception and realisation.
TEXT TONE is an interactive mobile phone based sound sculpture created out of broken and obsolete telephone technology.
SOMO is a wireless wearable motion tracking device that turns body movement into sound.
The Voice-Controlled Interface for Digital Musical Instruments (VCI4DMI) is a system driven solely by voice for the real-time control of electronic musical instruments, including sound generators (synthesizers) and sound processors (effects). The VCI4DMI implements is a generic and adaptive method to map the voice to digital musical instruments real-valued parameters, and it is based on several real-time signal processing and off-line machine learning algorithms for producing and using maps between heterogeneous spaces, with the aim of maximizing the interface expressivity and minimizing the user intervention in the system setup.
The Ealing Feeder is a Max controlled 28-note polyphonic, robotic carillon (automatic bell-playing rig).
Terrors of the Breakfast Table is an interactive video installation by Tyler Tekatch, currently on view at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada, until May 25 2014.
The Grote Kerk in The Hague was the venue for a special exhibition about two exceptional men of the Dutch Golden Age: Constantijn and Christiaan Huygens.
This project is a software tool developed in Max/MSP that allows musical elements, specifically in the context of a live performance, to be controlled by human vocal input. This involves the simple real time processing and analysis of numerous aspects of a vocal input, and the use of it to control & perform a musical piece. This project does not involve the direct manipulation of vocals, but instead uses the human voice as a controller to manage functions in real time.
This is a project I have been working on for quite some time.
VOCALOOP is a loop sequencer gadget focused on timbre and voice of the Japanese.
Description The centerpiece of the newly reopened Mendelssohn Museum is the interactive media installation "Effektorium".
Mixer is a controller that places Ableton Live's "Mixer" into Liine Lemur for the iPad.
I'm often teaching Max6 & Max for Live frameworks and I decided to challenge myself and to write a short guide about Max for Live both in french and english. I had that idea during one of my latest course with a person and I made it! This is a self-published book usin leanpub.com platform.
OK so this was a project I worked on back in May 2010 and thought people might be interested.
MIRAnome64 is the basic monome64 for MIRA iPad application. Basically, it is a proof of concept but a fully fonctional monome64 protocol implementation in Max6 / MIRA for your iPad. Small story MIRA is a very interesting and new Max6 integration of a framework providing ability to instantly with zero configuration mirroring your patch into iPAD. A lot of systems already exist for controlling Max6, and other softwares using iPad but each one requires even a bit of configuration or even hardcore one and this particular point can be frightening for non-programmer users. MIRA's zero configuration provides a way in which the whole configuration is stored on the computer side and those who read my interview and this ebook knows I totally agree with this way as the modern and futuristic one. You can find some very early Max for Live implementation of MIRA here monome is one of the most minimalistic, beautiful & smart way of interface I really like. Brian Crabtree + Kelli Cain designed very minimal hardware with a button matrix + a led matrix. No coupling between button & led is made inside the box, you can couple this on the computer side.
This is an ongoing project in exploring possibilities in using the magic trackpad in live performance environments. The trackpad is a wondrous device, which can simultaneously track up to 11 (!) fingers and gives detailed data for each one, such as position, velocity, finger elliptoid axes, angle etc.
KontrolKontroller is a Max patch that gives the ability to use a Korg NanoKontrol version_1 quickly inside Max.
I recently started an algorithmic music project using Max for Live when I got the thought that it would be great to have a way to use session view and arrangement view in Live simultaneously.