this is an ongoing series, consisting of hour long [1hr 20mins with 002 onwards] compositions directed to electronics, ambient, improvisation and good ol' music fans.
Projection mapping on Moving objects and music composition inspired by John Cage Variations II of Variations II is a kinetic sculpture inspired by John Cage's Variations series.
A collaboration between Josefin Johansson, Daniel Sørensen and Ricardo del Pozo.
Note: I often think that time is as relative as the individual’s perception of what is right and wrong.
We created a template in TouchOSC to change parameters in our max/msp patch.
Percussa created an FM synthesizer for the AudioCubes in max/msp.
An installation for a 4 channel system of loudspeakers and papers.
ORQUESTRA ELECTRÒNICA DEL VALLÉS Software for perfect Sync via Wi-fi.
"What is the magic that is in the eyes of a child when watching for the first time a giant? They believe that they are certain and life ...
A wormhole is detected.
Nothing is seen.
What Line is it Anyway? explores the way people interpret an adjective through the simple task of drawing a line.
It's an automated earthquake simulator, with 6 inches of physical travel, 8.2 audio, dmx lighting effects, as well as mechanical effects-- all tied together through max/msp.
An electronic musical instrument composed of wii controller components, a microphone and associated software which uses ambisonics to spatialise granularised audio in 3 dimensions.
Custom Midi CC interpreter/controller for the Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick with extra features.
midiBrain is a built pc app (have to write a guide how to use the mxf-file with mac and the runtime but need a mac to try out..anyone?). It records and loops arbitrary midi data synced to ReWire or to internal clock and midi clock master.
« … the basis of existence comprises three elements: this, the impediment and that.
This program is loosely based on the “kaoss pad” by Korg. It consists of four separate sample players each of which has its own sequencer.
Fae Harmer Nathan Harmer Johnathan Pigram Performing an adaptation of 'Put On Your Tin Foil Hats' with CRT TV's and VCR's as source material. All sound was sourced from Electro-magnetic fields from the onstage consumer electronics using magnetic pickups.