The Image Synthesizer is a good toy if you are too tired to mix a new sound with the regular devices.
This work by composer/performer Matthew Goodheart for piano and autonomous viola and metal percussion was commissioned for the 2014 Arts Birthday Celebration in Prague, Czech Republic.
The Ealing Feeder is a Max controlled 28-note polyphonic, robotic carillon (automatic bell-playing rig).
Max application for Guido D’Arezzo-style algorithmic composition. Guido of Arezzo was a music theorist of the Medieval era.
Max is behind this ever-changing 50 channel sound installation which reanimates the last surviving WWII era submarine with sound. Based in Gosport, UK, HMS Alliance is a thing of wonder: the last surviving WWII submarine.
Playful and poetic installation, You are Here… Somewhere Else is a monumental device urban interactive maps, a journey that begins under your feet, in your neighborhood, and takes you into the stars. Come to the game of video projected lights, symbols, details and videos where space moves in a fun and interactive human mapping.
DRG or Dual Rhythm Generator is a Max for Live device capable of generating clocks and rhythms that can be used with analog synthesizers and drum machines via control voltage.
Real-time video installation for dancers with one camera, one computer, one videoprojector, a tulle and little LED thumbs. We experiment videopaint for a future dance creation called "Trans".
During the Culture Night Rnul presented an interactive projection on the building of KOP in Breda.
The Wavefondler Max/MSP patch was developed in order to provide a unique form of control potentially with a number of iPads running simultaneously; using your fingers to touch the waveform. There is broad acceptance of the benefits of MT for performance and mixing operations, but it is clear that direct interaction with an audiovisual transformation on a desktop/laptop is yet to come of age, and that at the time of writing there is no way of using MT control on a visualization of audio that resides on an Apple Mac computer.
Terrors of the Breakfast Table is an interactive video installation by Tyler Tekatch, currently on view at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada, until May 25 2014.
The Grote Kerk in The Hague was the venue for a special exhibition about two exceptional men of the Dutch Golden Age: Constantijn and Christiaan Huygens.
It is difficult for many people to make music and to perform.
This project is a software tool developed in Max/MSP that allows musical elements, specifically in the context of a live performance, to be controlled by human vocal input. This involves the simple real time processing and analysis of numerous aspects of a vocal input, and the use of it to control & perform a musical piece. This project does not involve the direct manipulation of vocals, but instead uses the human voice as a controller to manage functions in real time.
Note velocity applied to a filter cutoff frequency is a first sound principle, which leads the artist to understanding of different timbre types.
Handcrafted Ale for beer and computer Composer & performer: Eric Honour After my family, my two great loves in the world are music technology and high-quality beer.
update 2014/12/18 Release Notes Ver 0.2 New ray.sniff~ published
This Patch plays random notes according to the chosen scale.
Synaesthetic Sequencer takes its title from the notion of synaesthesia, the sensation some people have whereby one form of sensory stimulation provokes a response in one of the other five senses. In the case of the Synaesthetic Sequencer, colours perceived via a video camera are converted into spontaneously composed music in real time. Synaesthetic Sequencer breaks down a scene into an 8x8 grid of colours.
"Open Book" is a gesture-controlled image viewing application and installation.
This is a project I have been working on for quite some time.
The performance takes place on Friday, 28th March 2014 at La Table des Matières (NMNM-Villa Paloma, Monaco) The audio-visual installation is visible from Thursday, 27th March 2013 to 11th April 2014 at News of the World (The Enclave, London) Synopsis As part of its public programme, NMNM–Villa Paloma presents Disrupt!on, a performance installation by Julien Bayle, curated by François Larini (NMNM), which takes place simultaneously and live in Monaco and at news of the world space in London. Julien Bayle is a minimalist sound and visual artist working at the juncture of sound, visual and digital data. Through successive digitally generated and evolving sequences, Disrupt!on explores the phenomenon of disturbance.