transforming music into music
- Chris Lopez: Lyrebirds https://reactivemusic.net/?p=9237
- Katja Vetter: Slice//Jockey https://reactivemusic.net/?p=8957
- Pluggo effects Matrix https://reactivemusic.net/?p=9636
- Google Ping engine https://reactivemusic.net/?p=5945
- RJDJ (reactive music) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/inception-the-app/id405235483?mt=8
- Live field recorder https://reactivemusic.net/?p=2658
- Stock Market case study https://reactivemusic.net/?p=5499
- Michael Rhoades: Hadronized Spectra sonification http://www.perceptionfactory.com
- Solving problems
Mystery field recording: (email to me this week)
- Record a very short sound clip (less than 15 seconds)
- It should be something that you hear, not something you produce – for example, a fire-truck, a refrigerator, the wind…
- Please don’t tell me where the sound came from. We will try to guess. When you send the file, just have your name on it. For example: field-recoding-keithMoon.mp3
- Alternative: Record an impulse response in an interesting space. We will try to guess the space. The impulse can be anything, for example: hand clap, yelling “hello”, a trumpet.
- Extra credit – transcribe your recorded event. For example, what chord or rhythms do the machines in a coffee shop produce?
- Email a link or attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Composition: Sound-byte (due March 17th)
- The sound-byte is a short audio clip of speech.
- The speech can come from anywhere. Something familiar, something famous, something unusual.
- Every sound in the composition is derived only from the sound-byte. You can use any tool or method.
- The sound-byte in its original form should occur somewhere in the piece
- Duration: roughly 2-3 minutes? That is up to you.
Music from the future:
Please send me a link to your future music piece – sometime before the end of the semester