This video’s soundtrack was made from combining processed (in Max) pre-recorded harp samples with interview fragments taken by Paul Nataraj, for his You Sound Like a Broken Record project. The image was created in Jitter, based around Andrew Benson’s shifty patch/ Advertisements
In Form and…, the image’s movements appears to be led by the audio, which was built around a range of piano source material.
This work manages interaction between a moving image produced in Jitter, and a soundtrack. That track is an arrangement of sounds performed using a Korg VolcaFM, an Organelle, laptop (Max patches), and pre-recorded samples taken from an earlier improvisation between drumset and laptop (myself performing). The Jitter patch used, is built around the ‘attraction_share’ […]
Improvisation is the basic standard form of music all over the world.. people are getting together and making stuff up..they are basically improvising with various amounts of planning. (Rothenberg, 2017) I am currently writing a paper which looks at a selection of projects. These works implement various compositional strategies involving the use of digital and […]
made with ❤ in Max/Jitter
My new release on Completely Gone Recordings; thanks Josh!!! https://completelygonerecordings.bandcamp.com/album/qu-extensions