This is a sneak preview of Julien Bayle’s
Video Generator for Max & Max For Live:
I’m currently designing a video generator core structure able to react to my music.
The architecture will include a basic structure (again simplicity) and will be provided with music, probably.
You can get more on the Video Generator project at Bayle’s
This is a little off-topic, but interesting:
Gravitarium 2 is a new app for the iPad that’s the first multiplayer particle visualizer.
It combines an electronic music soundtrack with generative visuals that you control with multitouch gestures. And you can connect wirelessly with other users to use it in a multiplayer mode.
Is it a game? A music video? An interactive artwork? A clever promo app?
Check it out and let us know what you think……
It’s available for
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This is an example performance of what you can do with Ryan Challinor’s
Synapse for Kinect tools combined with Ableton Live and Quartz Composer.
Synapse is an app for Mac and Windows that allows you to use your Kinect to control Ableton Live, Quartz Composer, Max/MSP/Jitter, and any other application that can receive OSC events. It sends joint positions and hit events via OSC, and also sends the depth image into Quartz Composer. This allows you to use your whole body as an instrument.
You can download Synapse for Kinect at Challinor’s
site. Continue reading Posted in Electronic Instruments, MIDI Controllers | Tagged Ableton Live, Dubstep, electronic, hack, kinect, Live, live performance, Max, Microsoft Kinect, MSP, music hack, OSC, visuals, VJ | Jordan Rudess plays Somewhere Over The Rainbow on the MorphWiz – a “unique iPad synth that Rudess says is coming soon. Continue reading iPad Music Software: Here’s another demo of Jordan Rudess’ new iPad synth, MorphWhiz, which is officially “coming soon”.
Rudess performs using MorphWiz’s loop recording, overdub, and playback features.
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