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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.