SketchSynth - A drawable OSC control panel
My final project for Golan Levin's Interactive Art and Computational Design class at CMU, Spring 2012.
Built with openFrameworks, ofxCv, OSC, and Pure Data.
More info: golancourses.net/2012spring/05/13/billy-keyes-final-project-sketchsynth/
Behind-the-scenes view: vimeo.com/42053693
Source code: github.com/bluekeyes/SketchSynth
Music: ioflow - mnml autmn
Thanks to Golan Levin, the CMU Art Department (Bob Kollar), and Nick Mazurek for lending me equipment for the project and the video. Also, thanks to Kyle McDonald for his excellent ofxCv addon, which makes it incredibly easy to work with OpenCV inside openFrameworks.
ESKAMON is the new collaboration project between Amon Tobin (Ninja Tune) & Eskmo (Warp, Planet Mu, Ancestor). “Fine Objects” is the first single by the duo that’s set for release on Eskmo’s own imprint “Ancestor.”
“Fine Objects” is the result of the pair’s unique take on sonic exploration and the manipulation of field recordings. From the onset, the two went out with a recorder, gathering sounds from around the house, yard and studio. Material recorded out of the studio included sounds from a parking garage elevator, a broken harp and the droning tones from a discarded piano. These were combined with more home-centric sounds to form the central theme to the song. With lumbering alien bass and intentionally dry, off-kilter percussion, “Objects” quickly grew into it’s own symbolic representation of taking “odd pieces” and allowing them to grow into something a bit more “refined and ablaze.”
As part of the release ESKAMON released a free WAV sample pack of the sounds created in the song. From these original WAVs, an Ableton Live pack was also created by ill. Gates for the project and given out for free with the release as well. This video is the tutorial ill.Gates shot to help explain the features he made on the Ableton side of the project.
“Fine Objects” (Ancestor, ANC004)
Written and produced by Amon Tobin & Brendan Angelides
Publishing: Just Isn't Music / Ancestor Publishing - ASCAP