1. "On October 4th, DC music duo Bluebrain (brothers Hays & Ryan Holladay) will release 'Listen to the Light', the second in a series of location-aware albums, designed for Central Park and available exclusively as an iPhone app. This short documentary follows their process and examines how technology is effecting the way we create and interact with music and art. Featuring interviews with AOL founder Steve Case and Dischord Records founder Ian Mackaye among others."


    Produced by Fiction
    Visual Director: Chase Heavener
    Music and concept by: BLUEBRAIN

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  2. 21 Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation

    Every spring, an interactive installation takes over a high-traffic area in Montréal’s Quartier des spectacles and sets a collective ritual. The installation offers a fresh look at the idea of cooperation, the notion that we can achieve more together than separately.

    The result is a giant instrument made of 21 musical swings; each swing in motion triggers different notes, all the swings together compose a piece, but some sounds only emerge from cooperation.

    The project stimulates ownership of the public space, bringing together people of all ages and backgrounds, and creating a place for playing and hanging out in the middle of the city centre.

    In order to allow for these collective moments to be shared around the world, a traveling version of the project with 10 Musical Swings is now available on tour. Contact us at hello@dailytlj.com for more information.



    A Project by Daily tous les jours
    Created by Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat

    Executive Producer: Antoine Clayette (2012), and Hugues Monfroy
    Music: Radwan Ghazi Moumneh
    Concept Team: Dominique Côté, Alexandre Landry, Yolène Leroux, and Luc-Alain Giraldeau

    Design: Sébastien Dallaire, and Alexandre Landry
    Technical Direction: Eva Schindling
    Production Coordinator: Tara DeSimone
    Production: Paul Bailly, Michael Baker, Mourad Bennacer, Thibeault Bensa, Olivier Coquet, Nicolas Duvieusart Dery, Élise Genvrin, Sophie Grignart, Luc Hernandez, David Lortie, Albane Guy, Ricardo Jean, Yolène Leroux, Etienne Lemieux Maillé, Benoît Piccolini, Peter Rockwell, and Alexandra Sawicki

    Technological Partner: PixMob (formerly ESKI
    Technical Direction: Vincent Leclerc

    Project Manager: Josiane Mercier

    Programming: Patrick Keroulas, and Vincent de Belleval

    Production: Philippe Savard, and Marc-André Tessier
    Video: Geoffrey Boulangé
    Photography: Olivier Blouin
    Created with: Max/MSP, Arduino IDE, and Razor AHRS Firmware


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  3. A field of 32 microphones welcomes participants to sing their hearts out, karaoke style, celebrating the magic of singing together.

    Participants connect with one another, building upon the contagion of this uplifting activity and sharing in a collective musical experience. Beyond beautiful voices, it’s about living a communal experience; the pleasure comes from doing it together.

    The system integrates different sound technologies to stimulate participation. A sound processing system auto-tunes the voices, lightly adjusting the pitch and reverb so that anyone, even the ones less skilled at singing, can sound good, and feel comfortable taking part.

    The songs featured at the Giant Sing Along have been chosen by its public prior to the event, ideally around the time of its announcement. Taking advantage of the excitement around the up and coming event, people are invited to send songs they would love to sing along to, via a simple web interface, possibly hosted on the event’s official website.


    A project by Daily Tous Les Jours
    Created by: Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat
    In collaboration with Kelsey Snook

    Producer: Antoine Clayette
    Lead Designer: Alexandre Landry
    Industrial Designer: Sébastien Dallaire
    Sound Designer: Frédéric Auger
    Technical Director: Eva Schindling
    Technical Coordination: Tara DeSimone
    Graphic Designer: Pawel Karkowski
    Programing and Editing: Michael B. Baker, Peter Rockwell, and Alejandro De Léon
    Junior Designer: Yolène Leroux
    Video: Geoffrey Boulangé
    Photography: Steve Dietz, and Andrea Steudel

    Special thanks to: Steve Dietz, Renee Pearson, Andrea Steudel, and the team at Northern Lights.mn, Minnesota State Fair, Bremer Bank, Allied Audio, and Merika Technology

    And to all our friends and families who sang their hearts out while we adjusted the system...


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  4. Bloc Jam is a session of improvised music, collectively composed by an unsuspecting public, live from the street. For the performance, a building’s facade comes alive with interactive projections filled with colors and moving to the rhythms of the music.

    The creators of this visual spectacle are passersby who create the rhythmic vibrations with their cellular phones. Translated into “tracks” of colors on the wall, the rhythmic figures grow in number, creating an evolving mosaic that is adapted on the go, and that everyone can listen to on their cellphones.


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  5. In the 1920s, La Bolduc was the first female singer to speak to the Québec working class, in the language of the working class. Queen of Canadian Folksingers, she was famous for her Turlute, a traditional folk style that sings out instrumental partitions with evocative phonemes.

    70 years later, Lusio Films creates the musicalweb-documentary Les Enfants de la Bolduc (Children of La Bolduc), inviting contemporary Québec artists to rediscover their musical heritage.

    Daily Tous Les Jours was invited to create a Turlute Machine that would bring their music to the general public, traveling around the province like La Bolduc once did.


    Created by Daily Tous Les Jours
    In collaboration with Lusio Films

    Creative Direction: Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat

    Executive Production: Nicolas Fonseca
    Concept team: Amélie Bilodeau, Émilie Grenier, and Yolène Le Roux
    Technical Direction: Eva Schindling
    Musical Direction: David Drury
    Industrial Design: Dikini
    Interaction Design: Émilie Grenier
    Featured artists: Ariane Moffatt, Random Recipe, Krista Muir, and Socalled
    Sound Engineer: Bruno Pulcella
    Computer Engineers: Jan Anlauff, and Peter Rockwell
    Built by: Lasco Concept with Robocut (2011)
    Filming: Philippe Tremblay-Berberi, and Geoffrey Boulangé
    Editing: Geoffrey Boulangé
    Producer: Marie-Dominique Michaud
    Original Concepts: Émilie Grenier, and Jean-Christophe Yacono (Yako)
    Creative Director: Yako


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