Presentation of an instrument design workflow entirely based on libre and open source tools and methodologies
Convert audio and movement to MIDI so you can control a digital instrument with any sound source including physical instruments or your voice.
A mashup of Back to the Future 3 and various Western themes in Minecraft. Created for the Technology in Music Education course in the Music Studies program at UMass Lowell.
Participants play a simple game to collectively create music on real musical instruments over the internet. Players can join together on a video chat application to see and hear the band of acoustic, electric, and electronic instruments respond in real t…
An arduino microcontroller analyzes the audio coming from an instrument (in terms of pitch and volume) and sends control signals to LEDs that are embedded in or around the instrument
Passive mobs trigger sounds in this immersive Minecraft performance.
Code + Chords is a music visualization software developed by a team of Undergraduates from the Playful Learning Lab at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. The software takes in an audio input and creates a visual output that can respond to the aud…
A piece composed in Minecraft using the Dark Utilities mod for version 1.16.4.
The EcoSonic Playground Project centers around children designing and building large-scale musical instruments using recycled materials found in their local communities and PVC pipe. Children follow a standards-based design curriculum that guides the mak…
An arrangement of Alessandro Cortini's timbral masterpiece, Everything Ends Here for real-time Minecraft Performance
A Minecraft arrangement of music from Legend of Zelda, Skyward Sword.
I design electronic music instruments via Max patching, M4L devices and make use of a gametrak controller.
Hope/Fear is an installation that uses live-streamed data from twitter to play melodies on singing bowls dependant on the mood of the world. If the world is more fearful the melodies will descend, if it is more hopeful, the melodies ascend.
A composition in Minecraft using different applications of Minecraft clocks, with an added flavor of minecarts.
Hands-on workshop demonstration running a live music jam session via JackTrip while in a metaverse called Sinespace.
Begin on Zoom for live support and server instructions, then jump on a free Jacktrip server to play or sing in live music jam sessions.
Music composed by Junichi Masuda A Minecraft performance inspired by Doodle Chaos of music from the Pokémon Red & Blue game. Created and performed by Tess McCumber.
Put your hands into the box, press the button to choose the mode, change the position of the hand to change the pitches, volume, and the aesthetics.
This is an old typewriter modded to control midi in Ableton, using a Makey Makey board
MH/CH are a pair of bespoke glove controllers constructed with Teensy microcontrollers and a variety of sensors designed specifically for gestural live electronics performance in higher-order ambisonics. This project includes documentation of their use …
Luna created the music using Apple Loops in Garage Band. Twitch audience members controlled the Minecraft character via chat.
Experiments and developments based around the use of the mini-mu Microbit gestural control glove.
Stop motion animation and music in an immersive Minecraft world.
Musician is an UI add-on for the World of Warcraft MMORPG that implements music playing features into the game.
Nerve sensors are new and exciting ways to get information on the body that doesn't depend on traditional muscle formation and use. Come see how they can be used in some rad new ways!
A camera observes small stones placed in black sand. A dedicated CPU interprets the images and triggers audio and MIDI arrangements in response.
Perripplayear is a musical immersive comprovisation for N remotely comprovising musicians and any instrumentation in a virtual 3D world. Initially, it was meant to be presented during the Network Music Festival in July 2020. Since then, it was presented …
A piano interface that shows lovely colours while playing. Created by a nice family.
Accompaniment created using Minecraft note block circuits, imported and manipulated using Logic Pro. Guitar performed in realtime.
Based on a work for kalimba, guitar, and live electronics, gamelan samples are triggered and looped in this Minecraft performance.
This project turns Pringles cans into MIDI controllers by using piezo sensors to send MIDI data from an Arduino MKRZero to trigger sounds in Sonic Pi. I added the LEDs for some extra visual effect.
In this project I built an RGB LED matrix audio visualizer, using an Arduino, an RGB LED Matrix Shield, and an Audio Spectrum Analyzer Shield, then put it in an enclosure so that you can have a finished project that you can display by your music system t…
Scatter is a series of 4-meter-tall rotating sound sculptures created by a team of artists and creative technologists at Griffith university in Australia. These immense solar-powered structures scatter sound in all directions via the speakers attached to…
Live performance with a custom electronic instrument. Somewhere in a field south of San Francisco.
This project uses a Machine Learning model to generate extensions of a drum pattern. The patterns can be created in the Grid interface and are then sent into Sonic Pi. The changes in drum patterns can be changed and updated in real time to be used as par…
Some music and imagery from Star Wars in an immersive Minecraft world.
Neither improvisation, nor rock, nor jazz, nor electronic music, nor amplified music but a bit of all that with a lot of Free. Free as free. UltraFree evenings adapt to many genres and instrumentation while keeping this spirit of freedom that we are look…
I made a system that creates virtual objects based on midi/OSC signals. These objects can be anything from particles to videogame elements. The possibilities are endless.
Ambient electronic music. Mostly created by live coding with Sonic Pi.
"Horrorwave" and "What if I Want to Go Gently?" both incorporate a modified CRT TV screen. Cathode-ray tube televisions operate by firing electrons from the tube onto the screen to produce an image. With a bit of knowledge (and very important safety meas…