After seeing some post talking about time stretch.
During last months I’ve been thinking about alternative, more intuitive ways of composing (electronic) music.
AUDIOVISUAL INSTALLATION 1ch FullHD projection | 2.1ch Sound Duration: 08'00" loopAudiovisual piece that addresses the issue of human profiles and the dehumanization of the individuals. A state of absolute super-surveillance, where all information is collected and analyzed all the time. Flying platforms and imaging devices, video surveillance cameras, spy drones, infrared cameras, sensors, night vision devices and multi-spectral scanners to study and control the behavior of human beings. - “Instead of positioning some human bodies around a central sensor, a multiplicity of sensors is deployed around all bodies: its antenna farms, spy satellites and cable-traffic intercepts feed into its computers all the information that can be gathered.
DARK~asian~ENERGY [singa~core album] In autumn 2014 CLUBbleu went on a Singapore field recording trip trying to catch the most characteristic and unique urban sounds of this place.
The dfscore system is a realtime dynamic score system built to function over a local network to display a variety of musical material.
The primary inspiration for this project was the 2014 work "Glockenspiel".
"Aurora Drone" is the attempt to completely alter the character of a piece of music by playing it back at very low speeds.
The Stefano Scarani's new Aparato Electro Compositor is the virtual reconstruction and re-interpretation of the homonymous invention of Juan García Castillejo; The AEC is a semi-aleatory system able to generate sequences of events; a prototype of a sequencer in midi-concept (an open system able to communicate with different devices electrically controllable, as dynamo, tone generators, lights and even fireworks). The reconstruction of the AEC is the result of the university research project Recuperación de obras pioneras del Arte Sonoro de la Vanguardia Histórica Española y revisión de su influencia actual coordinated by Miguel Molina Alarcón of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain), and director of the research group Laboratorio de Creaciones Intermedia. This version of the AEC has been done in a way that allows connection to any audio generator (and virtually not only audio) system, internal or external, by MIDI protocol. The AEC is a Max 6 based software, and the standalone application is available for free at the link (see the link in this page). The reconstruction of the device has been presented in a conference and musical performance with the participation of Miguel Molina Alarcón (AEC), Josep Lluis Galiana (sax), Avelino Saavedra (drums and electronics), Stefano Scarani (KINsrument), Deco Nascimento (machine to write and objects), TheRandomLab (electronics) and the audience, using the AEC as a master-instrument to create this jam session / improvisation.
For this project I used Max/MSP for sound design, effects processing, and for spectral analysis during post production.
The Max patch use in The Resonance of Fragile sending the sine wave in random frequency from 6Hz to 200Hz by 16 separated audio channels.
The Industrial Design Show is an annual event organized by FH Joanneum, University Of Applied Sciences and the Creative Industries Styria.
Live EEG performance by Alberto Novello & Ivo Bol, translating the brainwaves of the performers into sound and laser control.
DYSPHONIA is a music and dance work, for violin soloist with a live chamber orchestra, including multiple laptops and a custom-built gesture detection system worn by a dancer.
Working title: #Feedme | Work in progress The project by Josien Niebuur & Manno Bult is an interactive installation (partly developed at the Banff Centre of the Arts in Canada), that is being continuously fed by social media, more specific the #hashtags used in twitter messages.
Live demo of an interface that we use in our works which relies on human gestures that make interactive piano melody.
Perg is a composition for marimba, electronics, live electronics and video. The new version of Perg (2015) is made completely with Max (apart the marimba).
The Pringles Keyboard is an organ whose pipes are built out of cans of chips.
Invisible Wall is an interactive art installation by an artist duo from Kazakhstan, theZwo. The concept splits between spatial object hidden in a dark space of the gallery as a static part and light and sound components to the installation as an interactive part. Audience is encouraged to enter dark space and flash the light onto the sculpture which reacts to light and thus change the soundscape within the space. Spatial sculpture is built from several rows of thin metal wires crossing the room in simple geometrical pattern.
Nike Freestore is a flexible robotic store.
With this piece Alberto Novello a.k.a.