Category Archives: IMPART SUBCLASS

Quarantine Patching

Having written many pieces inspired by spectral contents of different interesting sounds, wouldn’t it be cool if we can do music like that, but improvised in a live environment? This simple patch deals with the frequency component of such a … Continue reading

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Brainstorming Ideas!

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Letting the conception inform the techniques!

But first we need a concept.

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She is watching. Always.

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Just good ol’ patching

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Testing out the Ass Interpreter

The Ass Interpreter gives us 3 streams of info: 1) distance between 2 points; 2) angle of one point to another; 3) speed of 1 point in an instance. We whipped up a patch to test these three modes of … Continue reading

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Recording Samples

We really were working. Definitely no hockey watching/gambling/faking accents.

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Making tools for Tracking

Made 2 bpatchers to track distance tracking between 2 points with distance compensation (thanks Keith for the advice!) and the angle of a line made by 2 points (to the positive side of the x-axis). Ready to have it completely … Continue reading

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Kinect-for-Windows: beta software is happening — more to come

Instructions for the Beta version of the Engineer’s software — Kinect-for-Windows tracking for use in the ensemble.

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ezOSC for Max – OSC Discovery with ZeroConf/Bonjour

Tonight we developed ezOSC for Max, a few bPatchers designed to make OSC data exchange easier between Max/MSP instances on different computers. The bPatchers leverage the zeroconf modules for Max/MSP available on github: https://github.com/cassiel/zeroconf/tree/master/dist The “ezOSC receiver” bPatcher prompts for … Continue reading

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