ABSTRACT Electronic Cities is an A/V digital installation trying to mimic the different ways of designing urban landscapes.
geneSynth explores genetic algorithms, multi-agent control, interactivity in music and the simulation of autonomous flocks or agents.
What Line is it Anyway? explores the way people interpret an adjective through the simple task of drawing a line.
The concept behind my Max/MSP patch “VJ 1.0!” was to make a computer’s keyboard behave similar to an electronic drum pad; however instead of sounding an audio file, each keystroke causes a streaming video file to cut to a specific spot in its timeline, allowing the user to manually "cut up" a video in real-time to the beat of a song.
Alexander Schubert: "Bureau del Sol" for drumkit, saxophone and timecode-vinyl ~10' In "Bureau Del Sol" 2 musicians, playing acoustic instruments, interact with a third player controlling the live-electronics for the other two interprets.
At Zelig Sound, we found one of our composers/sound designers using Max/MSP to create very nice 'sonic-movements' and manipulations.