Sound Installation – Phase #3

I’m aware that these ‘phase’ names really don’t mean anything but I’ll use them anyway!  This is the current state of my ‘Sonic Window’.  So far it has 10-point multi-touch control and allows you to mix the sounds of 4 different sources with noise.  The idea is that you can’t really see what’s on the other side of the window, and by touching the window you can spread the noisy elements apart from the pitched sound elements and ‘hear’ the world on the other side of the window.

 

Sounds generated in Max/MSP/Jitter 5 and blob tracking is implemented using the cv.jit objects.  The noisy visualisation is done in a program i wrote using Processing.  The man you see very elegantly demo’ing the installation for you is Javier Jaimovich, he too is working on an installation using electronic circuits connected by the metal surfaces of the Sonic Lab.

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