Posts Tagged ‘AVSynth’

w2 recorded June 16, 2017

June 16, 2017


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Three tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Track 1 PeterB miniSynth pushed 40% left, track 2 PeterB miniSynth 40% right, track 3 acoustic percussion in the middle. Edited in Audacity.

Same patch, however I did re-patch before recording tracks 2 allowing for more ‘notes’, less white noise in contrast to track 1.

Here’s the result –

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AVSynth: Geometry recorded June 9, 2017

June 10, 2017

 

AVSynth using Projektor, a Processing sketch, as input, take 2.

Geometry is a b& w Processing sketch using only circles, squares, vertical bars and horizontal lines. On each frame, these simple ‘shapes’ will be drawn randomly, or not. The size and position of the shapes is also random, as are the fade and frame rate. Color and effects are added by the Jones’ MVIP.

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Sound is generated by using PeterB’s SWOOP, FOURSES and SPROTT modules.

Both sound and video are touch-controlled using a Mikrophonie module and PeterB’s Mr GRASSI.

All done in real-time, no edits.

w2 recorded June 3, 2017

June 3, 2017


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Three tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Track 1 PeterB miniSynth pushed 40% left, track 2 PeterB miniSynth 40% right, track 3 acoustic percussion in the middle. Edited in Audacity.

Using feedback on the miniSynth, SPROTT outputs patched back into FOURSES, produces a lot of sound, although this recording is somewhat subdued !!!

Here’s the result –

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w2 recorded June 1, 2017

June 1, 2017


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Tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Edited in Audacity, track 1 PeterB miniSynth pushed 20% left, track 2 PeterB miniSynth 20% right. Here’s the result –

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w2 recorded May 24, 2017

May 24, 2017


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Tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Edited in Audacity, track 1 PeterB miniSynth pushed 20% left, track 2 percussion 20% right. Here’s the result –

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w2 recorded May 11, 2017

May 11, 2017

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Still using the new patch.

Track 1: PeterB miniSynth, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Track 2: uses the percussion setup pictured and described above, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Edited in Audacity, both tracks straight on, no left right separation. Here’s the result –

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w2 recorded May 8, 2017

May 8, 2017

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Small addition to the previous patch, looped the SPROTT HF and LP filter outputs back into FOURSES. New sounds and, generally, more responsive to touch control.

Track 1: uses the patch above, PeterB miniSynth, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

A break from the ‘all-electronics’ format using acoustic, on-the-floor percussion with 22″ frame drum, tin can, pewter mortar, plastic bottle, 4″ piece from a large knitting needle, mallets and cymbals

Track 2: uses the percussion setup pictured and described above, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Tracks recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track. Edited in Audacity, both tracks straight on, no left right separation. Here’s the result –

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w2 recorded May 6, 2017

May 6, 2017

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This is the second experiment combining 3 separate tracks of electronics, PeterB miniSynth and Emilie Mouchous’ Solar Box.

Track 1: uses the patch above, PeterB miniSynth, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Track 2: uses ONLY Emilie’s Solar Box, the inputs from the miniSynth are turned off. Sound is coming through the Solar Box, it picks up a signal from the miniSynth as I move it above the patch cords across the modules from left to right, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Track 3: uses the patch above, PeterB miniSynth, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

All the tracks are 30min long, recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track(s). The three tracks are edited in Audacity, track 1 pushed left, track 2 in the center, track 3 pushed right. Here’s the result –

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Projektor: Chailey Mansion March, 2017

May 5, 2017

 

Projektor is a Processing sketch, thinking of developing it as module for the AVSynth. Actually, each film will be a separate sketch, played back in real-time.

This video was recorded off my computer screen, not ideal, when the screen goes black you can see my workbench 8^)))

w2 recorded April 24, 2017

April 24, 2017

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All electronics, AVSynth (audio only) and Emilie Mouchous’ Solar Box, three tracks.

Track 1: uses the patch above, PeterB modules, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Track 2: uses ONLY Emilie’s Solar Box, the inputs from the AVSynth are turned off. Sound is coming through the Solar Box, it picks up a signal from the AVSynth as I move it above the patch cords across the modules from left to right. There’s a ’system hum’ that muddies the sound a little, but the hum is minimized when I hold the Solar Box against the side of the case. Again, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

Track 3: uses the patch above, PeterB modules, a mix of the SPROTT band pass and chaos outputs, 30min long, recorded in real-time.

All the tracks are 30min long, recorded one after the other without listening back to the previously recorded track(s). The three tracks are edited in Audacity, track 1 pushed left, track 2 in the center, track 3  pushed right. One hears the three tracks separately. Although the tracks are each recorded without direct reference one to another, the ‘chance’ coming together of the sounds is always, for me, interesting. Sounds often seem to move from one track to another, left to right or vice versa. Sometimes sounds are alike and sometimes they contrast. Here’s the result –

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