If you are familiar with Max/MSP, then you would know that the object known as sfrecord~ will record the audio input to a file on the hard drive. It is a simple way of retrieving the output of a patch. I have used this method to capture the sound from a few patches.
I intend to continue to use the concept of sfrecord~ for albums, as they demonstrate some of what I have been working on.
I have been commissioned to create an audio/visual installation piece for a projectioneering exhibition at a Mandurah art gallery.
The Projection Project: Otherworlds
Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah – 63 Ormsby Tce, Mandurah
Video Art Exhibition featuring new audio visual works by Rhys Channing, Leon Ewing, Tomas Ford & Eleesha Ford, Nicholas Gardiner, Lee Kennedy and Jake Steele.
Opening Night: Friday 16th March – 6pm
Exhibition: Saturday 17th March – 8th April (Weds – Sundays, 10am – 4pm)
Artist Talk: Thursday 5th April – 5pm
Video art is a truly contemporary art form, which is growing in
popularity, diversity and complexity. A collective of artists showcase
video art pieces in Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah’s inaugural
video art exhibition, responding to the theme of “Otherworlds”.
Sound art installation for the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
An interdisciplinary performance with Mandurah locals
Sound art installation for the Regional Arts Summit in October held at MPAC, and the 2018 Stretch Arts Festival. I will be working with David Carson, Justin Wiggan, Heloise Lorimer, and the Mandurah public
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).
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.