My most recent activity:
Steve Lansford posted this video of his Yantra Variations, which he presented on New Years Eve at the Mission for Temporal Art. Steve took four tracks that I had made for him, in collaboration, for this work. He edited and combined them to make the final soundtrack.
This video was posted by the Mission for Temporal Art (MTA). It shows excerpts from several of the performances that night. I did a solo synthesizer piece (with dance by Janice Lancaster). Steve Lansford used soundtracks I created for him in the Yantra Variations animation. The artists are: Elizabeth Lang, Steve Lansford, Sara Baird / Julie Becton-Gillum, Valeria Watson-Doost / Brit Castenada, Richard Brewster / Janice Lancaster, David Linton, Mark Hosler.
Here’s a self-running Quantisise patch that utilizes its VCAs to control the amplitude of two VCOs and the amplitude of two CVs into the wave multipliers. It also employs the CGS Active Ring Modulator in the Blue Panel. The MPX-1 Dual Delay adds more liveliness.
I put together a three-oscillator drone for a live performance on New Year’s Eve at the Mission for Temporal Art at the French Broad Institute in Marshall, NC. Thanks to Claire Elizabeth Barratt and David Linton for inviting me to perform. It is in a large hall of a former church building that has great acoustics. An improvisational dance was performed to this piece by Janice Lancaster Larsen. I’ve been told that a video was made and if I can I will post it.
Modules used included the Synthesis Technology e340 Cloud Generator VCO, MOTM-440 VCF, two BugBrand SYN2A VCOs, BugBrand SYN2B/X Frequency Shifter and Bugbrand PRC1 Digital Delay. Here’s a recording made off the mixing board.
A sort of crazy march, made with Quantisise, Bugbrand, and envelopes from CGS Serge. Seems they got tired out at the end.
Another Quantisise postcard drone, with Serge Wave Multipliers and digital reverb.