The TiG - Rhythmusmaschine is an interactive installation for a theater performance of the German group TiG - Theater im Glashaus, a group of performers with intellectual disabilities. It is a 4 track sequencer with the user interface projected on the stage floor.
Mudra — an application for Novation Launchpad controller, made with Cycling ’74 Max and Gen.
For Liste Noire's new video "Afire, Afire".
SOMO is a wireless wearable motion tracking device that turns body movement into sound.
max manages SOUND and UV DMX spots.
La Plataforma / The Platform is a modular small scale performance platform or audio-visual instrument to create small scale performances.
The audio material is a combination of Garrahands input, sound files, and signal generators within Max/MSP.
The Lorenz Logistic Population Equation is used to "create" poly rhythms.
This is a music video for "Type Ov" from the album Pose Potential released by Los Angeles based artist Jung Hollywood in January 2015 on free net label Immaterial Tech.
The light and sound are produced through the same algorithms.
"Still Life" is about trying to move [on] and feeling like moving isn't necessarily getting you anywhere.
ABSTRACT Electronic Cities is an A/V digital installation trying to mimic the different ways of designing urban landscapes.
I've been experimenting with jit.bsort to recursively manipulate a large number o frames from a video, also made in Jitter. The patch used for the video is a sort of video-synth originally based on Andrew Benson's "Shifty" patch from the early Recipes Book no.
Time Layer Website Time Layer is a Spectral Time-Stretching and Looping Max for Live Device built with Live Performance in mind.
The aims of this project are:
This project is a re-imagination of a bell tower for the digital age.
reversible reaction takes its inspiration from the chemical phenomenon in which reactants and products can form each other, oscillating between chemical states.
centrozoon releases The Room of Plenty, a collection of recordings from their We Will Tongue You Tour 2011. In the fall of 2011, after several years without live appearances, centrozoon embarked on a 11 date tour of Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Austria. Having never played live in this formation before, the band simply trusted their musical intuition and went into the first concert without any prior rehearsals.