Kaizo Snare


    Rodrigo Constanzo: Kaizo Snare


    Kaizo Snare was a performance developed for the FluCoMa project and uses their externals for Max. The performance itself was made up of turntablism, feedback/friction, machine learning, signal decomposition, 3d printing, robotics…and a snare drum.
    I've written a comprehensive blog about the performance with tons of video along with code examples and downloads here: https://rodrigoconstanzo.com/2020/08/kaizo-snare/

    • Aug 20 2020 | 6:49 am
      I've been following this project for a while now. And then you go and drop knowledge like this, bruv... It's both stunning and overwhelming.
      I've been looking for a simple way to get into the flucoma analysis tools, and I guess I won't ever find a better way than analys.amxd, heh. Nice one!
      Quick question reg. your thingiverse, do you plan to add that foodpedal 3d print bracket, or the little pieces / case for the fader at some point?
    • Aug 20 2020 | 8:03 am
      Thanks!
      There's an onset descriptors patch in the middle which has some simple implementations of the ideas you can poke at too. Not to mention the main performance patch (it's super annotated, but quite niche in its functionality).
      I wasn't planning on putting those up as they are toooo niche, but I can upload the stls here if you're interested.
    • Aug 20 2020 | 11:25 am
      that'd be awesome! cheers, man. You're a boss.
    • Aug 20 2020 | 12:37 pm
      Here you go.
      The USB part is for the generic kind you can find on ebay.
    • Aug 20 2020 | 10:29 pm
      you're a champ, as always. I really admire your dedication to this project. It's wonderful to see it pay off creatively. Big fan.
    • Aug 20 2020 | 10:31 pm
      oh, it turns out the "teensy shelf" is corrupted?
    • Aug 20 2020 | 10:36 pm
      Weird. Here it is again.
      That part is just a little triangle wedge thing, so nothing special. It could probably be tweaked ever so slightly, but it works fine enough as is.
    • Aug 21 2020 | 2:37 am
      building this is the one thing. but he also knows how to play it!