I have applied to exhibit some visual art that I have been working on for a while now.
Here are some examples:
I have decided to create an album of some of the things I’m working on in Max.
Each track will be a simple recording of the output of each patch with minimal post-processing.
It is because of this that I have chosen the title…
One track is finished already, out of… I haven’t decided yet.
It is a first draft of an interdisciplinary performance idea I’m working on with some other Mandurians.
I will update when I have done the next track.
Update on projects I am working on:
‘Composed with Max/MSP and Garrahand percussion instruments, Æsthēsis is a foray into glitch-and-noise-based electro-acoustic ambience. Tilde~’s compositional approach forgoes lush, synth-heavy soundscapes and opts instead for close-up electronic crackles and distant metallic arpeggios. Contemplative melodies peeking through the white noise.’
Click on the link to watch a demo video of the visuals that Rhys Channing will be VJing at Noizemaschin!! #66 Xmas Special.
Thursday the 27th of October saw the return of Noizemaschin!! to Mandurah for the fourth time. Along with being the MC for the evening I performed a piece exploring weather data in a musical context (unfortunately I forgot to press record until after my set).
Here are some photos from the night.
The Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery before the show
The Noizemaschin! sign prototype
Myself being MC
Rubies Reddened by Rubies Reddening
Huge thanks to everyone who was there, and to the City Of Mandurah for their contribution to advertising. Photos courtesy of Sandy McNab and Calum Carty.
It was a bit wetter today but the sun shone through a bit.
Great view with the glistening leaves.
I even had a tiny furry visitor.
After a little EQ and mixing I bounced out the tracks for cross-referencing. This meant I could start packing up.
Here’s the recording room at the end of day three.
I got to the Pillbox Studio after midday and had lunch before I got stuck into it. The band who were in the studio previously weren’t courteous enough to tidy up after themselves, so I spent a lot of my time tidying up cables and such. Eventually I got everything where it needed to go.
I arranged all of my own gear and cables before placing microphones.
Then I was finally ready to go into the control room and check the signals.
The patch leads are very colourful.
Happy with day one.
Days two and three will be recording tracks and starting the mixdown.