Archive for the ‘analog synths’ Category

Experience “Under Pressure” online

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

“Under Pressure” with video animation by David Sullivan and sound by yours truly was a piece exhibited at the Duets show at Loyola last year and later at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

I neglected to post the video online, but here it is. View it in fullscreen with good speakers if possible!

Under Pressure from david sullivan on Vimeo.

“Duets” Closing Tonight at Loyola

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Tonight is the closing (there was not an opening) for the Duets show at the Collins C. Diboll art gallery at Loyola University in New Orleans. David Sullivan and I put together a piece for it. It’s the same as can be seen at the Ogden but the presentation is closer to our intention here: the display is much larger (projector) and the audio is full range (speakers with subwoofer).

Duets closing flyer

David made the video; I made the audio using analog synthesizers, field recordings I made of tree frogs in the neighborhood, Max/MSP and Max for Live.

Roland Juno-60 and TR-707 with junky analog drum module

Monday, April 9th, 2012

Here’s my first successful attempt at getting the Juno-60 to sync with the Roland TR-707 sequencer. Kick and snare drum sounds provided by a junky old Tama analog drum machine that appeared out of nowhere many years ago.

TR707 + Juno 60 + Tama TechStar