Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via J74 (Fabrizio Poce), captures a trippy live synth jam & multimedia performance.
Special Stage Systems has introduced the Ming Micro – a portable 8-bit video synthesizer, with NTSC composite output, integrated chiptune synthesis, SD card slot, USB and MIDI control. They call it “The ultimate pixel art instrument.” Here’s the official video intro:
This video captures an informal demo of using the CV outputs on a Eurorack modular synthesizer to control 3D visuals.
2016 NAMM Show: This video, via MusicRadar, captures a hands-on demo of the upcoming Teenage Engineering OP-Z synthesizer:
This video captures a live multimedia performance, by Par and VJ Cobra, at the SOCO Festival Uruguay), an international festival dedicated to new media, contemporary electronic, digital and experimental music.
Developer Alexander Zolotov (SunVox, PixiTracker, Virtual ANS, PhonoPaper) has introduced Quantum VJ – a pocket-sized glitch-style 8-bit audio visualizer.
Refined Stochastic Technology has introduced Takete Audio Visual Performer for iPad. Takete lets you combine audio and video loops with granular synthesis, drum machines, modular inline/send FX and extensive programmable and flexible behavior.
Exploratory music label Audiobulb has released Lissajous – a complex audio/video signal generator for OS X, built in Max/MSP and inspired by the work of Jules Antoine Lissajous. Audiobulb says that the software is created with the purpose of ‘investigating the relationship between sound and vision, chaos and order.” Here’s a video demo: