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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Five groups worked for three weeks on developing short works using different types of controllers, processing, and performance techniques. Great performances and fascinating group discussions and critiques after each. Advertisements
Messing with McDonalds — Alex is processing three channels of sound while Janine’s playing controls horizontal pixilation and Kat controls the vertical.
Annie’s movements and position control processing, with a lovely FFT running delays across individual frequencies in the spectrum
Matthew and Tina process Hannah’s playing, using a joystick controller and a Leap interface. Subtle!
Sarah’s magic hands float in the dark. Her wrist movements trigger and control the processing by Kjel and George.
Kyran wears a Technics EZ430 watch and is tracked on Brian’s software using a Kinect