1. 18

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    from JORDI TORT / Added

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    18 images, 18 sounds, clip from Barcelona by JORDI TORT

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    • :01/

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      from Michael Bisberg / Added

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      Nothing fancy; this is quick and this is dirty. I've shot a bunch of stuff over the last few months and felt obliged to do SOMETHING with it. Here we are. I love a good moment, and I have 75 decent ones right here-- each one second in length. ------ Shot with 1 Canon T2i Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8 macro Canon 50mm f/1.4

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      • AAV 1.0 Sketch I

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        from Flingle_Flangle / Added

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        These three sketches for analogue audio visual instrument (AAV 1.0) are a first attempt aimed at figuring out what I might achieve with a cigar box connected to loudspeakers and a projector. Although the visuals are very simple I find them quite beautiful, but I’m less convinced by the sound world, which could be much more flexible (sequencer, filters, patch bay, etc). However, I fear further development on the sonic side of things could easily result in a huge modular synthesizer, which is a worthy aim, but is not the goal of ‘feral technologies’. Perhaps I’ll just spend more time learning to play it, or use Max. Yes but what is AAV 1.0? AAV 1.0 features three oscillators on a 40106 chip, each oscillator has two switchable pitch ranges and control is via potentiometer or light dependent resistor. The three oscillators are blended via 1) a resistor mixer for simple balancing 2) a diode mixer for half wave rectify/quasi ring modulation 3) a dual stage distortion circuit on a 4049 chip (also featuring touch points on the feedback capacitors for tactile interplay). There are separate volume controls for each of these outputs, plus a master volume. Visuals revolve around a $8 VGA tester, which provides synchronization and safe connection to a variety of inputs, the wiring from the VGA tester is configured to feed audio signals directly to the red green blue (RGB) color channels (though I've pushed the levels somewhat using four stages of a 4049 chip). Three potentiometers on each of the three oscillator voices as well as on the master output allow a variety of colors to be reproduced, and up to four layers of visual activity are supposed to be observable (though the master tends to override). Panning is via the lowest oscillator i.e. the audio output is basically mono, but one oscillator drives two light emitting diodes (LEDs) which are coupled to light dependent resistors that feed the left and right audio output sockets (one LED is inverted via the 4016). There’s also a battery starve function and three audio input sockets, which allow external audio to be fed into the visual system (not used in these videos, I need to properly test….). Recorded at Brown University November 2014 http://johnrobertferguson.com

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        • AAV 1.0 Sketch II

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          from Flingle_Flangle / Added

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          These three sketches for analogue audio visual instrument (AAV 1.0) are a first attempt aimed at figuring out what I might achieve with a cigar box connected to loudspeakers and a projector. Although the visuals are very simple I find them quite beautiful, but I’m less convinced by the sound world, which could be much more flexible (sequencer, filters, patch bay, etc). However, I fear further development on the sonic side of things could easily result in a huge modular synthesizer, which is a worthy aim, but is not the goal of ‘feral technologies’. Perhaps I’ll just spend more time learning to play it, or use Max. Yes but what is AAV 1.0? AAV 1.0 features three oscillators on a 40106 chip, each oscillator has two switchable pitch ranges and control is via potentiometer or light dependent resistor. The three oscillators are blended via 1) a resistor mixer for simple balancing 2) a diode mixer for half wave rectify/quasi ring modulation 3) a dual stage distortion circuit on a 4049 chip (also featuring touch points on the feedback capacitors for tactile interplay). There are separate volume controls for each of these outputs, plus a master volume. Visuals revolve around a $8 VGA tester, which provides synchronization and safe connection to a variety of inputs, the wiring from the VGA tester is configured to feed audio signals directly to the red green blue (RGB) color channels (though I've pushed the levels somewhat using four stages of a 4049 chip). Three potentiometers on each of the three oscillator voices as well as on the master output allow a variety of colors to be reproduced, and up to four layers of visual activity are supposed to be observable (though the master tends to override). Panning is via the lowest oscillator i.e. the audio output is basically mono, but one oscillator drives two light emitting diodes (LEDs) which are coupled to light dependent resistors that feed the left and right audio output sockets (one LED is inverted via the 4016). There’s also a battery starve function and three audio input sockets, which allow external audio to be fed into the visual system (not used in these videos, I need to properly test….). Recorded at Brown University November 2014 http://johnrobertferguson.com audio visual, electronic, post-digital, DIY, instrument, light, sound, machine, improvisation, stuff, things

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          • AAV 1.0 Sketch III

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            from Flingle_Flangle / Added

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            These three sketches for analogue audio visual instrument (AAV 1.0) are a first attempt aimed at figuring out what I might achieve with a cigar box connected to loudspeakers and a projector. Although the visuals are very simple I find them quite beautiful, but I’m less convinced by the sound world, which could be much more flexible (sequencer, filters, patch bay, etc). However, I fear further development on the sonic side of things could easily result in a huge modular synthesizer, which is a worthy aim, but is not the goal of ‘feral technologies’. Perhaps I’ll just spend more time learning to play it, or use Max. Yes but what is AAV 1.0? AAV 1.0 features three oscillators on a 40106 chip, each oscillator has two switchable pitch ranges and control is via potentiometer or light dependent resistor. The three oscillators are blended via 1) a resistor mixer for simple balancing 2) a diode mixer for half wave rectify/quasi ring modulation 3) a dual stage distortion circuit on a 4049 chip (also featuring touch points on the feedback capacitors for tactile interplay). There are separate volume controls for each of these outputs, plus a master volume. Visuals revolve around a $8 VGA tester, which provides synchronization and safe connection to a variety of inputs, the wiring from the VGA tester is configured to feed audio signals directly to the red green blue (RGB) color channels (though I've pushed the levels somewhat using four stages of a 4049 chip). Three potentiometers on each of the three oscillator voices as well as on the master output allow a variety of colors to be reproduced, and up to four layers of visual activity are supposed to be observable (though the master tends to override). Panning is via the lowest oscillator i.e. the audio output is basically mono, but one oscillator drives two light emitting diodes (LEDs) which are coupled to light dependent resistors that feed the left and right audio output sockets (one LED is inverted via the 4016). There’s also a battery starve function and three audio input sockets, which allow external audio to be fed into the visual system (not used in these videos, I need to properly test….). Recorded at Brown University November 2014 http://johnrobertferguson.com audio visual, electronic, post-digital, DIY, instrument, light, sound, machine, improvisation, stuff, things

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            • About Mak9

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              from flixelpix / Added

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              • About Things

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                from ChristianoPires / Added

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                Motion "about things". Entry for the Animation Sequence - Project animationsequence.com http://animationsequence.com/entries/christiano-pires/

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                • About things that we don't have

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                  when you don't have something you want, what do you do?

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                  • about totem

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                    from Carol Walker / Added

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                    For the Tales of Things (TOTeM) project

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                    • Above All

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                      from All Things New with Pastor Shawn / Added

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                      Colossians 1:15-10 from our Whole: A Complete Life in a Fragmented World series through the book of Colossians.

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