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  • BoxBeat

    Just spotted the BoxBeat project on the MAKEzine blog. It’s a simple instrument that superimposes a percussion sound on your finger-tapping. I like the idea of creating instruments that you interact with…

  • Multi-touch Second Life Installation

    This video shows the prototype of Christopher Chong’s installation “The Sonic Window” in which a multi-touch screen is used to navigate around a soundscape generated from Second Life.

  • Prepared Radio

    Here are two videos of Robin Price‘s audio-visual radio installation. The top video shows just the visualisation and the lower video shows the whole installation being used. Robin is a colleague in…

  • “Ground Me” Sonic Art MA installation

    Just attended the first of the MA students installations. Javier Jaimovich’s “Ground Me” takes place in the Sonic Lab. As you enter you are confronted with a series of metal pipes and…

  • Graphite Sequencer

    An interesting sequencer project by Caleb Coppock that uses the resistance of a graphite drawing to generate tones.

  • Wire and Balloon Installation

    Helped Tom Davis install his piano-wire, balloons, motors and piezo installation in SARC‘s sonic lab. Piano-wires were strung vertically between the floor panels and the lighting-rig each with a balloon attached to…

  • Stuff at NIME

    I’m back from New York and thought I’d update the blog with things of note from the conference. So hopefully there will be a few new posts over the next few days…