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Tag Archives: OSC
In this episode, Ben Whiting and Melody Chua stop by to discuss the sensor-augmented Chaosflöte, unobtrusive and ergonomic instrument design, and composing for an augmented instrument. Plus, live-coding, news and updates, and the two minute challenge.
- In this episode, Ben Whiting and Melody Chua stop by to discuss the sensor-augmented Chaosflöte, unobtrusive and ergonomic instrument design, and composing for an augmented instrument.
- We talk about some of their pieces, HCaos Ver. 2 and Melodía sin melodía
- Also, Nuendo 8 has just been announced, Antelope has upgraded their Zen Studio to the Zen Studio+, and Max/MSP guru Manuel Poletti has released the AudioMix package.
This month, composer and digital artist Ben Grosser stops by to talk about AI, agency, control, painter-bots, art, and de-metricizing Facebook. Ben and Nate talk about updates to your favorite software. And Nate explains OSC in the two minute challenge.
- Audio Bus 2 is out for iOS – multiple chains, multiple effects per chain, all around huge improvement.
- Bitwig Studio is out!
- Ableton 9.1.2 (maintenance update) is out.
- Reason 7.1 has also dropped, with huge Rack Extension SDK improvments and new devices
- Godfather of House, Frankie Knuckles has died.
- Ever want a theremin/autoharp hybrid – Kickstarter’s got one!
- Couple days to go on the eMersion Kickstarter – C’mon! They’re so close!!!
- Sweetwater had one of the best April Fools Day pranks ever.
- Ben Grosser joins us this week to discuss his new piece for saxophone, electronics and audience input, More Like This. We also discuss his work in robotics, flexible pixels, Facebook and even politics!
- Nate takes on explaining the in and outs of Open Sound Control in 120 minutes.