Thanks to Jean Poole for posting his interview with me on Skynoise. Skynoise.net is a central source for new and emerging media art and innovation – it’s a pleasure to be featured on such a great site.
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Classic arcade game music for you to remix. Relive the glory days with retro 8-bit samples and thumb-numbing, heart-pounding, blow on the cartridge musical sequences.
Just tap squares, make a visual pattern, and youre making music.
Comes with 20 original songs including:
A Heros Path ? Alpha Commander ? An Epic Quest ? Boss Fight ? Chase ? Chipmunk Sidescroller ? Circuit Racer ? Dragon Battle ? Future Zone ? Home Town ? Hydro Battle ? Island Fun ? Jungle Run ? Rad Fighter ? Space ? Speed Demon ? Star Zone ? The Dungeon ? Vampire Lair ? You Will Never Escape ? Or make your own
- The fun and simple way to make music on your iPhone or iPod touch!
- Includes hundreds of retro sounds and 20 pre-made kits
- Tap the touch screen to play and record your own musical patterns
- Bring sounds in and out of the mix to make songs on the fly and perform live
- Customize patterns to create your own unique beats
- Take control of the rhythm of every drum sound and sample
- Transfer custom kits and samples to and from your computer
Study for hands free iMonica music assist integrated head up display device.
Special thanks to Stuart from Hexstatic, Victoria and all the folks at Big Chill, Paul and Todd Treanor from Treanor Bothers Animation, David Last, Aerostatic, Glenn French, Michael Oatman and Mark Blank.
If you happen to be in the UK, stop on by. This promises to be an exciting new show.
I’ll also be doing a book signing on Sunday the 6th at 5pm, so drop in to say hi.
I had a wonderful time at the Water Music Remix Show in Newport Rhode Island.
We had a great show, and I was fortunate to meet and work with an incredible group of musicians and vj’s. I also had the good fortune of meeting the artist and radionics researcher Duncan Laurie, who let us stay at his incredible studio in Jamestown, Rhode Island.
The Water Music Remix show was hosted by Duncan Laurie, Larry Kraman and the Museum of Yachting in Newport, RI. The audio-visual program in front of Fort Adams included the all-star line-up of Benton-C Bainbridge, David Lublin, Synesthete, David Last, Aerostatic, and Nalepa.
8 Track was an experimental distributed music piece created for the Boston Cyber Arts Festival, 2001
“Using Wide Area Collaboration (WAC) technologies, 8Track allows multiple people to create a unique musical piece which is unpredictable and live.
Bouncing a signal around the world, 8Track uses the internet as a global digital delay, thus using the net as a musical instrument. “
Music by Joshua Kit Clayton
Created with MAX/MSP Jitter, 2002
This is a music video I made shortly after Jitter was released in 2002. I had used music which was created by Josh Clayton, so I sent him a copy, and he smiled on the piece. Thanks again, Josh.
It was shown at the Raindance Film Festival in England in 2004.
Music by David Fodel
Created for Addictive TV and SciFi Channel UK, 2001
Music by David Fodel
Created for Addictive TV Mixmasters Series, 2003