New York artist Lisa Park creates an interactive performance art piece where she vibrates water with her mind. She does this using a combination of an EEG [Electroencephalography] headset which measures the brain’s electrical activity and processing with Max/MSP and Reaktor.
This week’s #freesamplefriday roundup contains over 1,300 sounds – all free downloads and all royalty-free. If you use these let us hear what you created with them, post up your music links in the comments.
The South Park of tutorials has arrived. This bit is equal parts trippy, disturbing, funny, elementary and useful. Keeping an eye out for more from Mr. Tunes.
Noisy Jelly is a prototype made with Arduino and Max/MSP by French design students Raphaël Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard. With the kit, you can create jelly objects with a mixture of water and agar powder. Once they are molded and hardened, the pieces go on a game board which acts as a capacitive sensor via Arduino pins.
Download the latest selection of #freesamplefriday audio treats. Lots of free loops, one-shots, a cool synth app for iOS and an interesting Max For Live synth device. Check it out!
The latest picks include samples of the sound of skin…yes, SKIN in all its 24-bit glory + a very cool max for live patch designed by Björk’s Engineer.
We need a patch that can help us cram 48 hours worth of studio time into a 24 hour day! Can somebody make that?!