„Die Hamletmaschine“ is a performance for voice and live-electronics.
MAX/MSP is used to do all the live electronics in the piece.
Wii accelerometers are used as controllers.
Created with a software programmed in Max/MSP to process and spatialize voice sounds in real time.
The stage performance is an allegory for a ritual of „counting the dead“ as told in the story of "The Counting Sisters" by Amar Kanwar, ...
Uses MAX to allow the user to control sample banks, sample playback, filters, and a simple synth using just their voice.
In "divine the rest," written for and dedicated to the NYC-based NOW Ensemble, I try to generate serendipity through the interweaving of ...
One of the more difficult things for many beginning Max/MSP users is dealing with polyphony.
Rotten Bliss is the violent, warm and weird visions of London based cellist, vocalist and instrument creator Jasmine Pender.
This project implies several new instruments linking the voice to the gestures, developed in max:
The sound space
The hand sampling
THE MAX MAESTRO is an animated notation system for choir/ crowd of people, which was developed within the artistic research project VOICES ...