DMaX is a set of devices for Ableton Live written with Max for Live, that allow DMX lighting to be controlled using Live parameters.
Music video installation with videos found searching "fur elise" on Youtube.
The project shows, in real time, a non-linear sound installation that reflects in time-space an absence of a previously determined script. To explain the operation of the "China" piece, it is important to mention that the 10 live canaries inside the red cage work as sound algorithms, since the movement and the random song of these birds activate different modular frequencies of the piece, which become unexpected and create other dynamics in time-space.
Kapling is a simple little standalone physical modeling synthesizer application for Mac OS X built with Max/MSP 5.
Authors: Jenn Karson, Matt Larson An experimental art installation that sends live sound and color streams from the Lake Champlain Waterfront into the international online project, the art collider (TAC).
In the Charles Perrault fairy tale “Peau d’Âne” a young princess, whose kingdom’s riches are dependant on a gold excreting donkey, orders the impossible from her doting stepfather to thwart marrying him: three dresses made of immaterial materials.
Number theory are a three piece band fusing elements of electronic, jazz, electro-acoustic, and rock music.
Recomposer, a device built with Max for Live, allows the user to generate new pieces by algorithmically hybridizing and recombining tracks from existing pieces in Ableton Live.
A large video performance patch incorporating over 30 video filters, quad-warping and other goodies (a major overhaul was due to Andrew Benson's video processing system articles).
Tectonic is a sound sculpture created in real time by earthquakes as they occur across the globe.
Extensive stand alone patch provides live audio effects to manipulate the sound of a bass drum and saxophone (or any two instruments), and triggers additional short rhythmic sounds, to create a more psychedelic performance.
Author: Jon Weinel and Robert Ratcliffe
'Mutations' is a composition by composer Robert Ratcliffe which manipulates scored piano material to create mutations, which are then performed with a Disklavier.
This is a live performance patch collecting several instruments for creating short fractured sounds juxtaposed with drones and predefined material.
This patch affects graphical effects of the game Quake toward a more delirious aesthetic.
standalone, six channel audio manipulator, for hardware synths, audio inserts, and anything else that can carry a signal.