Scratchy is a standalone instrument for Mac and PC that produces noise.
For the Rotterdam Museumnight Rnul made this interactive sound and light installation where people could participate in.
Pedrodomus (NYC) and Naetron (ATX) have teamed up under court orders to release a truly metal, glitched-out, rock-solid EP.
Here is a run through of the setup for the laser controlled music thingy! This is not how it sounds as it is just ticking over whilst I am filming and when I do play it I only have one hand free! The basic premise is this; Light dependent resistors (up to 16 of them) are stimulated by lights and lasers passing over them and the change in resistance is measured by an Arduino Mega and sent over USB to a laptop running Window 7. The data streams are processed by OSC and Max/MSP, converted and sent to a variety of sound sources.
Sound Bouquet is an interactive sound sculpture placed in an urban public space polluted by noise.
Kaleidoscope Music is a six channel, real-time, algorithmic sound installation.
Crossole is a meta-instrument that allows you to control music in high level.
Umidade is a live interactive installation based on the Hades condemning of the Danaids (a Greek myth), where three performers (Ludmila Machado, Samir Andreoli and Stephane Paula) take a bath in front of four cameras, connected to two macbooks.
'Ad Sensorem' is my first, simple installation.
NEW 3KTA CONCEPT MERGING AESTHETICS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ENTERTAINMENT.
Around 8 months ago I posted a work-in-progress version of a max patch that was to combine the ideas (lite) behind the Large Hadron Collider research at CERN with an easy to use sound design instrument to aid engagement and make this fun.
MSP was a collaborative art-project that attempted to connect sound and light by focusing on their basic properties -- waves traveling through space.
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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.
Commissioned for SFMOMA's 75th anniversary in 2010, this site-specific installation by San Francisco-based sound artist Bill Fontana translates the architectural space below the museum's oculus skylight into a live, musical composition.
Here is a live performance from the UCSC Electronic Music Concert on November 14th, 2010.
At Zelig Sound, we found one of our composers/sound designers using Max/MSP to create very nice 'sonic-movements' and manipulations.
The Karman Objects are a set intangible human-computer interfaces for musical interaction.