Our ever-popular Cycles series of sound libraries, produced by Ron MacLeod, is now available for download in our online store for a reduced price.
Since Labor Day is coming, you might have some spare time this weekend and might be wondering what you could do.
The project shows, in real time, a non-linear sound installation that reflects in time-space an absence of a previously determined script. To explain the operation of the "China" piece, it is important to mention that the 10 live canaries inside the red cage work as sound algorithms, since the movement and the random song of these birds activate different modular frequencies of the piece, which become unexpected and create other dynamics in time-space.
Authors: Jenn Karson, Matt Larson An experimental art installation that sends live sound and color streams from the Lake Champlain Waterfront into the international online project, the art collider (TAC).