Abstract ALPHA is the codename of a series of audio-visual live performances planned for 2014. It involves sounds, visuals and algorithmic sequencing providing a unique experience for the audience in which sounds and visuals are melting into a dense, coherent and minimal artwork matter. From physical approach of the sound itself to the customized algorithmic sequencers controlled in real-time on stage, ALPHA a/v live performance explores sounds and visuals fields and how one is related to the other. ALPHA is designed to be experienced in electronic music and digital arts festival. Duration 1 hour Requirements - 1 HD video projector + 1 screen (minimum 4 meters base) - 1 stereo sound-system Artistic Research Bored by rigid sequencers and already-made sequences, Julien Bayle pushes the limit of electronic music live performance a step further by using his own software-sequencers on stage.
This is my (first, finished) synthesizer.
CV Toolkit is a software that uses different virtual modules to control, modulate and sequence your synthesizers via control voltage (CV).
Sonoplastic is an audiovisual performance based on gesture analysis to produce and control sounds and images. Musician’s gestures during performance has been historically dependent on the ergonomics and functionality of musical instruments, most of it involved the body parts responsible of activating the exact pitch on the exact spot with the exact pressure at the exact timing and only part of it to the desired expression and meaning. It is time, now that the technology opens up new scenarios, for a paradigm shift that lies in the elimination of the dichotomy between the figure of an interpretation (merely intended as body movements mainly finalized to control instruments that generate movement of air particles) and a corporeal experience and mental representation of movement that generates and elaborates creative processes in a sense giving activity.
Interactive standalone platform for Mac, available as a free downloadable demo version (recording disabled).
This video demonstrates my process for real-time electro-acoustic performance.
Mixer is a controller that places Ableton Live's "Mixer" into Liine Lemur for the iPad.
geneSynth explores genetic algorithms, multi-agent control, interactivity in music and the simulation of autonomous flocks or agents.
After a successful prototype the new Dehumaniser is now ready! Dehumaniser is a software standalone vocal processor that allows the production of creature / monster sounds, efficiently in real time.
Manage your time is a sound action performance for choreography, live electronics, sensors and lights by Pere Vicalet.
The Elementary Signal Engine (ESE) is inspired by the 1950′s electronic sound studios in which, a manual approach to composition was the prime modus operandi.
.gif Portraits is a formal(ish) portrait series I created to capture images of my friends and family and give them a .gif file that is uniquely theirs.
Flip-Dot displays have been widely used since the 70's , in order to provide informations , destinations , in public places and transports . The technology , that uses small magnetized dots , simply puts pixels on or off (yellow or black).
Dreamthief is a sound project I have been working on for the past two years, initially inspired by Jean-François Charles' article "A Tutorial on Spectral Sound Processing Using Max/MSP and Jitter" in Computer Music Journal.
Spektro Nucleation is a Max For Live device that functions as a waveshaper and bitcrusher.
Sonic Shuffle The App Release is not just an album, but an interactive application entirely conceived and written in MAX/Msp by Domenico Sciajno; a composing and remixing tool where each composition can be endlessly transformed by the listener’s actions and choices or through algorithmic automation or a combination of both. An innovative, interactive release featuring music created from a graphic score by Domenico Sciajno performed by a 48-member electronic orchestra, with some of the most remarkable musicians in the electro-acoustic and experimental music field: Yasuhiro Morinaga, Carlos "Zingaro", David Brown, Francesco Giomi, Franz Hautzinger, Chris Brown, Lawrence English, Toshimaru Nakamura, Phill Niblock, Frank Bretschneider, Gunter Müller, Oren Ambarchi, Lionel Marchetti, Kim Cascone, Asmus Tietchens, Ivan Zavada, Vladislav Delay, Alvin Curran, Daniel Schorno, Michael J.
Spektro Komplex is a MaxforLive polyphonic synthesizer designed to create complex and unique sounds. Like the Buchla 261e module, Komplex uses two oscillators to produce FM sounds.