The AudioCubes are smart light emitting blocks that are able to detect each other's position, location, and distance.
Techniques used in Max/MSP in Creating: Beep Bleep ZOMG! When I decided to use Max/MSP to compose my piece: Into the Metaverse on some cosmological Bubble, I was very daunted at what I should do.
read16bitmap12x24.bmp is a patcher that encodes a given image-file into a midi song.
Architecture Is Frozen Music The aim of the project was to turn the structures into music: shape, form, internal tensions and so on. I extracted relations between the architectural shape and its structural support.
Sound Art Movement - A sonic art Max Msp & Jitter patch constructed in which participants can interact with their environment to create ‘sound art’.
Pedrodomus (NYC) and Naetron (ATX) have teamed up under court orders to release a truly metal, glitched-out, rock-solid EP.
nwdlbots are a suite of generative music devices for Ableton Live.
This is a documentation of a new composition utilizing multimedia improvisation. The microphone controls several video parameters in real-time.
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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.
Feed My Speaker is a composition completely based on feedback.
A live performance for toy piano, dreidel, chopsticks and music box with live-electronics and surround sound.
EAMIR (Electro-Acoustic Musically Interactive Room) is a collection of interactive music systems that allow individuals, including those with mild and profound disabilities, to create a unique musical expression without the physical and technical limitations found in the study of traditional acoustic instruments (e.g.