1. Concert Box


    from Casey Kawahara / Added

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    When looking for concerts you end up scouring the internet only to find long lists of venues and band names. Without knowing the band, the photos and names tell you nothing about their music. You have to know what you are looking for in order to find it. The Concert Box is a proof of concept that leverages Last FM and Spotify API's in order to bring spontaneous discovery back to music in a hyperlocal fashion. Tune one dial to concerts happening tonight, tomorrow, or this week. The other to concerts happening within 5, 10, or 20 miles of your location. Then hear only songs from the musicians within those parameters. Discover musicians in your area today and go see them tonight. for more cargocollective.com/caseykawahara

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    • Drawing music


      from Casey Kawahara / Added

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      What would your drawings sound like? An experimental prototype for making music with patterns and drawing. for more http://cargocollective.com/caseykawahara

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      • sound of consumption


        from You-tak, Jin / Added

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        sound of consumption / 소비의 소리 use msr( magnetic card reader ) make sound using magnetic card data //------------------------------------------ processing, sound cipher

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        • Phase Phrase


          from J Friedhoff / Added

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          Created for the 5in5 at Parsons' MFA Design and Technology program. Built using Processing and SoundCipher, leaning on example code. It's probably obvious but when the notes are initially played, that's because I'm pressing numbers on the keyboard. Same for when the phasing starts and ends.

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          • cake orchestra (test)


            from mook studios / Added

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            A prototype of a musical interface, driven by cakes. Essentially, underneath the cakes there is a set of light-dependant resistors (LDRs), and as each cake is moved up and down, readings from the LDRs fluctuate. These readings are piped from Arduino into Processsing, which then uses the SoundCipher library to play notes. The pitch of the notes is related to the readings from the LDRs. The cat is all her own work.

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