This algorithm focuses on when to generate notes, based on analyses of syncopation and repetition within Live MIDI clips.
WebernUhrWerk (translated: Webern's Clockwork) was composed as an open-air sound installation for the 60th anniversary of Webern's death which took place on 15 September 2005 on the market place at Mittersill.
Umbra is an interactive dance performance that uses Max/Msp and Jitter along with a webcam to track the dancers movement which is manipulated with Jitter in real time.
The room is pitch black and filled with the hollow sound of a machine breathing.
La Plataforma / The Platform is a modular small scale performance platform or audio-visual instrument to create small scale performances.
Hive is a multichannel speaker sculpture combining found and fabricated parts to create a pulsating spatial sound composition.
Ableton Live lets you trigger this-versus-that MIDI clip.
El viaje de Lissajous (The Lissajous travel) is a 3 piece visual-sound project: El viaje, Lissajous, a=3 b=4.
The “La Petite Mort” audio-visual liveAct is based on Fine Cut Bodies' music, but this time we’ve focused on how we can connect musical events to it’s visual representation.
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 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.
>7,000,000,000 interactive installation Martina Menegon, Stefano D’Alessio 2013 Every 400 milliseconds a new human being born, at the same rate a new projected “human” appears in the space, filling it dramatically fast.
A strange letter sent in 1943 by a certain Prof.
Compositor Lite may be thought purely as a delay network made in its entirety in Gen.