Infinitely sustained glass breaking with Max


The ∞ Infinite Sample Sampler


MEKANIK – SFX re:sampled

Hi all, the idea of making mekanik is to have a software that really does a favour in creating sound effects, back here in Indonesia, people often to use a download-able files on youtube or anywhere else to place the sound effects for their project either its a movie or …

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M8-Plug-Beta

Controlling Modul8 from Ableton Live. (MaxforLive Osc Plugin).

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STM~ AV PERFORMANCE

STM~ AV PERFORMANCE 2K projection | 2.1ch sound Duration: 30" collaborative work with Niculin Barandun | 2014 - 2015 STM~ is a collaborative research project by Luis Sanz and Niculin Barandun inspired by wave–particle duality. Two live performing artists use digital sound production and particle simulation through interconnected data-systems to create a unique synesthetic experience. STM~ …

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V12 engine virtualization for transmitting, scanning and real-time operation of ultrasound frequencies with FDM and TDM technics using quantum interpolation method. High level security operation can avoid system breach by S-band operation of 64+64 bit block-cipher device with variable keying. No virus can ever attack this system by inability to …

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Generative 2 and Feedback 2

The Generative application takes audio from an audio file or an external input (such as a microphone, guitar, or synthesiser) and transforms it in to an evolving soundscape using granular synthesis. There are four granular devices that each produce their own audio stream, allowing you to change their pitch, filter, …

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Laser Equipped Annihilation Protocol

The room is pitch black and filled with the hollow sound of a machine breathing. An intimidating series of red laser fences sizzle as they fire alternating patterns that slice through the fog-filled air. At the other end of the laser fences, an ominous red light illuminates a single keypad, …

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Physical Max: Leaping off the Screen

This project was created by Creative Automata Lab student David Vega, along with a corresponding Max Patch. It represents a 2nd order difference equation otherwise known as the Fibonnaci equation. The project is one of the demonstration projects used in a new course taught by lab director, Paul Fishwick. The …

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