Tag: command line

New samples in Generative Audio

New composition examples have been posted in the Generative Audio section of the Work page. The latest examples use input from a Twitter watcher to control the playback rate, pitch, amplitude and panning of audio samples. A larger composition using node-red automation and Twitter watchers will be posted in the coming days, as well as a SuperCollider […]

Announcing Kreiva Laboratories

I’m pleased to announce the launch of Kreiva Laboratories – a spinoff from HoganSound, focusing on computer music, creative coding and media control networks for live and installation artworks. The Projects archive formerly hosted on this site has moved to Kreiva Labs, and will be updated on a more regular basis as I get caught […]

Her Name Is Isaac

I am happy to be working on a dance/multimedia piece called Her Name Is Isaac with The Three Yells. Choreographer Veronica Lee-Baik has assembled and exciting team of dancers and artists/creators to tell the story of the binding of Isaac through a feminist lens. You can read more about The Three Yells and support the IndieGogo campaign […]

Multiple controls for the single operator

I’m working on a show called Ed, Downloaded at Washington Ensemble Theatre. It’s a pretty straight forward sound design – a few tricks here and there. It’s also a two projector show, run from a booth with a single operator who is handling all light, sound and video cues. To make their life a little easier, […]