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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
Go For Launch, CCA Santa Fe, May – July 2009
Brian Kane, Gardner Post
Photos: Glenn French
Audio: Amy Zimmitti
Go For Launch is a large scale 12 screen interactive video art installation. The artistic recreation of an Apollo Saturn 1B launch uses authentic archival NASA audio and video footage to simulate the explosive power and emotion of one of humanity’s greatest achievements. It is a monument to the success of the past and a challenge to the present generation.
For exhibition inquiries or more info, contact:
Loco Rites Communications
Special thanks to everyone at the Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts who helped make Go For Launch a big success.
Study for Dock Sculpture
Study for Stone Loading Sculpture
Study for Untitled Stone Waiting Sculpture #2
Study for Stone Waiting Sculpture
Two studies for stone loading disks
Listen to the KSFR radio interview from Santa Fe Radio Cafe from Tuesday, May 5, 2009.
GO FOR LAUNCH
APRIL – JULY
Opens Wednesday May 6, 6:00p
Gardner Post and Brian Kane are artists working with video and emerging technologies in large-scale performance oriented installation and media-activism. Their new work at Munoz Waxman will include an interactive installation using original uncut NASA footage from the first space missions. It is a commentary on the Space Race, and the competition to land on the moon that was a product of the Cold War, technological superiority, and the real fear on both sides that the other might place weapons of mass destruction in space, all issues that are particularly relevant to both the region and the current political climate.