Will nobody switch the damn thing off?
Concept: instead of having 3 sustained tones making up a triad, how about having several tones that jump to the notes at random? If a number of these
A demonstration of transitioning between notes in a sequence, by pulsewidth modulation.
strange device found in space )
p.s. different "station" each run
lunatic asylum band during moon eclipse
p.s. slightly different sounding on each run )
Electronic Waves in the beach
Still trying to find more so I can have a collection of all my tweets here
my collection of tweets. see http://twitter.com/redFrik
updated 130513 with tweet0110-0136
updated 131125 with tweet0137-0167
updated 131128 with
sonification of all possibilities how to build an asceding series when you have the numbers 1 to 12 at your disposal.
SC tweets collection from the SC symposium London 2012
2 Dseq patterns modulating each other. Speed of each pattern controlled by a mouse axis
Graphical interface to experiment with granular sampling (one sound file at a time).
A hopefully more-or-less comprehensive collection of all the sctweets I've posted to http://twitter.com/headcube
Again, just an exercise to get this tune out of my head. I was actually trying out the Stk plugins, but the sax there is quite cheesy. Not it's replac
Came across this when browsing through my SC files. An attempt at emulating an old, dusty record including pops and crackles.
Different insect sounds, including field crickets, a cicada and a housefly. Based on pure data code from the book "Designing Sound" by Andy Farnell.
template code for sending lots of data (1024 fft values 61 times per second) from sc to processing. sound function from an old sc-tweet.
A piece i'm working on for a dance performance.
50 Hz line noise chasing your syncopated steps through the small and big rooms of an abandoned factory
Today's attempt at making something with a beat.. Gets interesting when you slow the tempo way down :)