1. Lissajous is a complex audio/video signal generator built in Max/MSP and inspired by the work of Jules Antoine Lissajous.

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    The media project is born with the purpose of investigating the relationship between sound and vision, chaos and order, closely related to astronomy, mathematics & physics. It explores the field of harmony and disorder and let the user dip into an elegant, dreamlike, minimalistic yet chaotic space which reflects the complex rules of the universe in all its abstract beauty.

    The software shows sound oscillations as XY matrix functions and creates complex graphics curves. Lissajous graphically describes sound and allow observation of constantly varying signal voltage of two audio signals as function of time. Video generated by sound can be controlled in endless ways by giving to the user the possibility of a whole-new range of interactions.

    audiobulb.com/create/Lissajous/Lissajous.htm

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  2. Music and Video by Xumla
    Album release by Audiobulb Records

    audiobulb.com/albums/AB052/AB052.htm

    We are all dancing in the ashes. The most beautiful creatures mean no more than dust. A flock of birds flies no higher than a swarm of butterflies. The philosophy of Xumla is to seek a little magic in all that surrounds us. Having eyes, ears and a pure mind will see, will hear and will understand it.

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  3. Music by Monty Adkins
    Video by Jason Payne
    Album release by Audiobulb Records

    audiobulb.com/albums/AB051/AB051.htm

    Spirals is taken from the album Rift Patterns by Monty Adkins. Portraying the psychogeographical exploration of places and how they impact on our identity and feelings. Psychogeography has historically been associated with the exploration of our cities and the 'drift', and has been described by Joseph Hart as
    "a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities... just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape". In Rift
    Patterns, Adkins uses found objects from the many locations visited, placed in the piano to prepare the
    strings and produce strange sonorities.

    As the music was being completed Adkins invited the writer Deborah Templeton, video artist Jason Payne and
    photographer and graphic designer Stephen Harvey to respond in their own way to the music, the ideas behind
    it and each other’s work. The result is an iBook containing music, text, photography and film.

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  4. Music by Monty Adkins
    Video by Jason Payne
    Album release by Audiobulb Records

    audiobulb.com/albums/AB051/AB051.htm

    Ecstatic Drift is taken from the album Rift Patterns by Monty Adkins. Portraying the psychogeographical exploration of places and how they impact on our identity and feelings. Psychogeography has historically been associated with the exploration of our cities and the 'drift', and has been described by Joseph Hart as
    "a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities... just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape". In Rift
    Patterns, Adkins uses found objects from the many locations visited, placed in the piano to prepare the
    strings and produce strange sonorities.

    As the music was being completed Adkins invited the writer Deborah Templeton, video artist Jason Payne and
    photographer and graphic designer Stephen Harvey to respond in their own way to the music, the ideas behind
    it and each other’s work. The result is an iBook containing music, text, photography and film.

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  5. Music by Monty Adkins
    Video by Jason Payne
    Album release by Audiobulb Records

    audiobulb.com/albums/AB051/AB051.htm

    Clockwork Cities is taken from the album Rift Patterns by Monty Adkins. Portraying the psychogeographical
    exploration of places and how they impact on our identity and feelings. Psychogeography has historically
    been associated with the exploration of our cities and the 'drift', and has been described by Joseph Hart as
    "a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities... just about anything that takes
    pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape". In Rift
    Patterns, Adkins uses found objects from the many locations visited, placed in the piano to prepare the
    strings and produce strange sonorities.

    As the music was being completed Adkins invited the writer Deborah Templeton, video artist Jason Payne and
    photographer and graphic designer Stephen Harvey to respond in their own way to the music, the ideas behind
    it and each other’s work. The result is an iBook containing music, text, photography and film.

    # vimeo.com/86230330 Uploaded 46 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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