New Visual Music App For Android, EDMT

edmtDeveloper James Cui (aka VJ Fader) has introduced a new visual music app for Android, EDMT.

EDMT allows you to ‘play’ with your phone or tablet to control generative music and visuals.

Features:

  • Multiple interactive audio visual scenes
  • Real-time generative 3D graphics with dynamic sound
  • Interact using multi-gesture inputs and accelerometer
  • Audio reactive scenes
  • Output to TV or projector via HDMI

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Geisterwelt Spectral Sampler & Visualizer For Live

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Utami has released Geisterwelt – a spectral sampler and visualizer for Ableton Live/Max For Live.

Geisterwelt lets you simultaneously create music and responsive HD video, with nothing more than a MIDI controller, a keyboard, or mouse.

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Critter & Guitari Rhythm Scope vs Gabriela Jimeno

Boutique electronics makers Critter & Guitari shared this video, a demo of their new Rhythm Scope video synthesizer.

The Rhythm Scope is a video synthesizer that generates visual patterns in response to sound. The Rhythm Scope can be triggered by transient sounds like drums, short synth arpeggios and funky bass lines, providing an easy way to get visuals synchronized to music and sound.

In the video, Colombian drummer Gabriela Jimeno controls the Rhythm Scope using a drum kit.

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New App, VOSIS, Turns Photos Into Sounds

vosisDeveloper Ryan McGee has released a new sound design app for iOS, VOSIS, that synthesizes sound based on the greyscale image pixel data from photos or live video input.

Description:

OSIS is an interactive image sonification interface that creates complex wavetables by raster scanning greyscale image pixel data.

Using a multi-touch screen to play image regions of unique frequency content rather than a linear scale of frequencies, it becomes a unique performance tool for experimental and visual music. A number of image filters controlled by multi-touch gestures add variation to the sound palette. On a mobile device, parameters controlled by the accelerometer add another layer expressivity to the resulting audio-visual montages.

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