Vancouver, BCCanada V6K 1C2
July 31, 2013
I'm developing a family of ready made (breathXpression) and DIY (WindHacker) electronic wind instruments (no web sites yet). I'm also author of GeoSonix, an open source graphical music creation environment. e.g. http://vimeo.com/...
Hey Chris... Welcome to the group. As more folks come on board, I'm going to try and schedule meet ups to talk about new hardware and software finds, and maybe even little "challenges" ...ie, find a component from a scrap yard and turn it into a musical instrument. In the meantime, don't know if you're interested, but there will be an underground show at a venue called "The Black Lab" ... it's a fundraiser for Vancouver NoiseFest 2013.. hope you can make it out! Les
The GeoSonix examples on Vimeo are amazing. Points to the mathematical nature of music, better than sheet music.
So timing is creating by size of ellipse, space into time.
Why are some cursors bouncing off the point, while others are passing through the point.
I suppose an entire orchestra could be created on a huge sheet. Which warrants an array of drag-n-drop instruments.
DId you check out the line riders, here is one of my favorites.
Happy Birthday Chris!
iannix looks very interesting. does 'sequencer' mean music sequencer. OSC implies so. but the output is all over the place. one looks like topographic map, the other a radar scan. much more variable than your standard visualizer. btw are you conducting a interface user study in your picture. look forward to meeting up.