This performance was during the Rainwire [Processed] installation at University of Hull by Noyzelab.
“Poet Katrina Porteous and composer Peter Zinovieff collaborated to produce a planetarium experience of live poetry, wrap-around visuals, and surround-sound music. The piece is an artistic response to the work of Northumbria University’s Solar Physics Research
::vtol:: msm mk2 from ::vtol:: on Vimeo.2nd version of my Metaphase sound machine.
more info – vtol.cc/filter/works/metaphase-sound-machine
“The Metaphase Sound Machine is a kind of homage to the ideas of the American physicist Nick Herbert who in the 1970s has created both Metaphase Typewriter (Fig. 1) and Quantum Metaphone (a speech synthesizer). These were some of the first attempts to
you, me and all these machines from ::vtol:: on Vimeo.
by ::vtol:: and lovozero
“You, me and all these machines” is a performance for voice and electronic devices. The vocalist puts on his or her head a specially designed wearable interface tool to interact with the voice and display a visual score. Technically, the device consists of
“The latest interactive installation by h0nh1m (Chris Cheung), a new media / sound artist (previously led his studio XEX to create Prismverse) and COLLECTIVE, an international award winning architecture design studio, is an reinterpretation of various musical instruments juxtapose with each other in its form, visual feedback and interactive engagement.
“Kinetic sound object. The mechanism is a system consisting of two sound circuits and auxiliary mechanical and electronic elements. The first sound circuit is a speaker emitting square wave. This speaker forces copper balls, served one at a time or several at a time through a dispenser, to bounce
“This installation operates on unique batteries that generate electricity using my blood. The electric current produced by the batteries powers a small electronic algorithmic synth module. This module creates generative sound composition that plays via a small speaker. The blood used in the installation was stored up gradually over 18 months. The
“Interactive robotic music instrument/installation. Transparent plastic pipe of 2 meters long with passive magnet ball and magnetic field detectors inside. Each sensor triggers different sound synthesis algorithms. Can be controlled wireless using cellphone gyroscope/accelerometer, or using custom controllers.
“Interactive sound installation. Sequencer-synthesizer with 240 steps, that allows to create rhythmic compositions. Object has complex control system with possibility to add or delete “voices”, change tempo of whole sequence or individually for each voice, to change number and direction of steps.