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In this episode Ben and Nate talk with Eli Fieldsteel about SuperCollider, using Wii-motes, tablets, and gloves as instruments, YouTube tutorials, and creating balanced pieces. Plus news and updates, and Ben attempts to explain human/computer interaction.
- In this episode Ben and Nate talk with Eli Fieldsteel about SuperCollider, using Wii-motes, tablets, and gloves as instruments, Eli’s YouTube tutorials, and creating balanced pieces:
- With Oui (2015)
- Genetic Anomalies (2014) – YouTube – two dancers, four concealed wiimotes, quadraphonic live electronic sound and video
- Invisible Ink (2017) – eight-channel live electronics for Wacom tablet and SuperCollider
- Brain Candy (2015) – four-channel live electronics for Arduino sensor gloves and SuperCollider
- Singularity (2014) – wind ensemble and live electronics (3 movements) – UNC Chapel Hill Wind Ensemble, Evan Feldman conducting (premiere)
- In the news, Zoom has announced their new LiveTrak L-12, a mixer/headphone monitor/class-compliant multichannel interface/standalone recorder, available in September for $600.
- FL Studio 12.5 is out.
- There’s a really interesting video circulating of the upcoming Behringer D (available in Septmeber for $300) being compared to a MiniMoog Model D (no longer available and WAY more expensive).
- In this month’s 2 minute challenge, Ben attempts to explain human/computer interaction.
In this episode Ben and Nate talk with Tom Erbe about SoundHack, designing plugins, and creating modular synth modules. Chrome gets HTML5 MIDI hardware support. And in the Two Minute Challenge, Ben explains square waves and duty cycles.
This month on Patch In, composer, laptop-performer and educator Sam Pluta joins us to talk about his work with Wet Ink Ensemble, ICE and others, hard coding, and music education. We also touch on Caustic, MOFX, the Roli Seabord and Korg Littlebits.
- Laptop performer/improvisor, composer and educatorSam Pluta joins us to discuss his work with Wet Ink Ensemble, ICE, and tells us a little about how he uses SuperCollider to work with audio and video.
- We follow up on littleBits and KORG – now with schematics!
- Yamaha’s New MOFX line has shipped!
- The intriguing ROLI Seabord is available for pre-order – if you have $8888.88 burning a hole in your pocket and an affinity for squishy things.
- Caustic has released the version 3 update (free if you had version 2!) and is now available for both Android and iOS!
- Nate takes on Audio Delay for this episode’s 2 minute challenge.