Multiple Sounds!

I’ve been working for a while on getting the sound-distribution part of my patch to play multiple sounds in the space, with independent control over the location of each. It’s not something I’ve been struggling with technically – Converting my 1-sound patch to multi is easy enough to do, but I’ve been reworking the way … Continue reading

Calvin Harris – Humanthesizer

A recent highly publicised example of Max/MSP, Ableton Live and Arduinos being combined was Calvin Harris’ Humanthesizer, shown below. The “Humanthesizer” works with a conductive ink designed by some Royal College of Art students called “Bare”. People from Sony Music Entertainment created the system which involves Arduino‘s which convert analogue signal (from the ink-human circuitry) … Continue reading

Ujino and the Rotators

Whilst in London last year I had the pleasure of seeing an exhibition and then a live performance by this fantastic Japanese artist/musician called Ujino Munetero. I took videos of his exhibitions in the Hayward Gallery and short clips of him performing live in the gallery next to it. Ujino creates installations and performs live … Continue reading

IDAT310 First impressions

IDAT310 (Design for Entertainment Systems): Design for Entertainment Systems, better known as “The Gaming Module” is a module that, for various reasons which I will pick at, I didn’t initially chose to take. It is known to be an all-consuming module that can rival the level of workload that goes into the Final Project despite … Continue reading