a mashup of dublab's "bonus beat blast" from the 2011 "turning on tomorrow proton drive"
performed in mlr with a monome mk kit, visuals seeded with copied OSC messages
big thanks to the dublab crew and all of the artists sampled here (http://dublab.com)
))) not for laptop speakers (((
'dublabdub' is composed entirely from snippets of dublab's 'bonus beat blast', from the recent 'turning on tomorrow' proton drive. the track was performed on a monome kit using the application 'mlr'. in addition to recording the audio, the button presses and LED configuration of the monome were used to generate visuals. while the audio is tightly arranged, the visuals are entirely generative and reactive. in the opening visualization, button presses impose boundary conditions on a wave as it spreads and interferes with itself. in the second part of the video, a cellular automaton is seeded with the monome's LED configuration. this project represents another installment of altitude sickness' ongoing work in visualizing his digital music making. big thanks to dublab and all of the artists sampled here.
beats from (in approximately chronological order):
daedelus, asura, mnsl, james pants, co.fee, dj lengua, lawrence grey, julian sartorius, golden hits, grimm reality, gangi, eric steuer, galapagoose, wake, onkyovizion, s&ndc&stl&, yuichiro fujimoto
visuals generated in Processing, with the forthcoming application 'grid goggles'
some details revealed here: vimeo.com/24711593
these specific visualizations based on code from:
rui gil (http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=6598)
karsten schmidt (http://toxiclibs.org)