In November I got to spend some time at the Watermill Center working on sound material for a production being created by Alexandra Sachs. Selections from the performance were presented as a work in progress at the center on Nov. 20th and here is some video from the performance. I really enjoyed using live sound elements in the compositions - in particular the 'zoo' scene records audio from the audience, processes it and then plays it back into the environment as a sort of feedback loop.
Monday, December 13, 2010
Saturday night myself and Mikael Jorgensen created some ambient music as part of an installation at Eyebeam for their winter mixer. We performed inside of a structure built by some colleagues of mine that was meant to create an atmosphere of meditation and calmness. Up to 6 audience members at a time could tune in on headphones, sip peppermint tea and realax while we played and videos were projected on the ceiling of the structure.
The Shrine of Native Rites for Electric Winter @ Eyebeam 12.11.10 by recompas
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Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Been making a few of my LoFi Telephone mics for clients lately and have has some custom work as well. This one was an input for the earpiece and an output from the microphone (this time using the active mic element scheme). More info and pricing is on my site.
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