In this video, via WBUR, Dr. Richard Boulanger, professor of electronic production and design at Berklee College of Music, demonstrates and speaks about the prospects of translating brainwaves into music:
Sound Machines has announced the BI1brainterface, a brainwaves to MIDI/CV interface, designed to let you directly control your synths with your mind. The product release will be offered in two versions: a Eurorack module and a stand-alone desktop BI1brainterface, for non Euro users. Functions are shared 100% between the two.
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Dan Lloyd, Brownell Professor of Philosophy at Trinity College, is using fMRI data from scans of the brain to synthesize “music”, and has found that different brains make very different melodies. Lloyd created software which translates data from a brain scan to Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) data. This lets him use the information to… Read More Researcher Making Music From Brain Waves
In this video, Okudaira-san from MI7 Japan, is using a brainwave analyzer from IBVA to get signals from his brain into the computer, which control the red, green and blue color channels of a Percussa AudioCube. Percussa’s Bert Schiettecatte is looking for cool AudioCubes demos, so if you’re using them in a unique way, let… Read More Brainwave Synthesis With Percussa AudioCubes