Perg is a composition for marimba, electronics, live electronics and video. The new version of Perg (2015) is made completely with Max (apart the marimba).
For Liste Noire's new video "Afire, Afire".
For electric guitar, bass clarinet, percussion, violin, live-electronics and animated light 2014 Program Notes Abstract: Cats were reared in a light-tight box in which the only source of illumination was a 9-psec strobe flash every 2 sec.
EPIC-Tom (the performance) broadens the field of audio visual performance in significant ways: through the use of interspecies collaborative modes, through the presentation of the canine point of view as an alternative outlook on creativity, and through the expansion of electronic sound using live theremin performance.
The main patches control a live session fully automated (via MIDI ! Bloom Box started before Max4Live arrived…) and allows to define advanced sequences of clip recs and plays and stop.
There are uncountable number of commercial programs for sequencing and modulating sounds, but I think that the more interesting and unique are the home-made and self designed digital tools. Here we'd like to share an example of our way in the band to sequence music on stage or in studio.
Acoustbl is a Mac OSX app that lets you make music and transform your own live sound. Compatible with iPhone (C74) and iPad (MIRA) cycling74.com A project by Carlos D.
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.