Performance Dec 2, 7:30 Phoenix

I am playing my work Fue Sho for flute and live electronics (Kyma) as part of the ACME concert on Dec 2 at ASU in Tempe, Phoenix, Arizona – its free so come along if your in Tempe

Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME)
Dec. 2, 2011, 7:30 p.m.

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
School of Music
Location: Katzin Concert Hall
Campus: Tempe
Cost: Free

The Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME), directed by Glenn Hackbarth, presents a concert of works for small ensemble, soloists and electronics. Composed within the past few decades, the works on this program provide a view of the varied creative activity in the music of our time

you can hear a recording here

The Katzin Concert Hall

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Performing Fue Sho in Arizona

I am playing my work Fue Sho for flute and live electronics as part of the ACME concert on Dec 2 – its free so come along if your in Tempe

Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME)
Dec. 2, 2011, 7:30 p.m.

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
School of Music
Location: Katzin Concert Hall
Campus: Tempe
Cost: Free

The Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME), directed by Glenn Hackbarth, presents a concert of works for small ensemble, soloists and electronics. Composed within the past few decades, the works on this program provide a view of the varied creative activity in the music of our time

You can hear a recording here

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new Piano Composition

Hi all

I have completed a new piano composition – no electronics in this one

The score can be found here

and you can hear a rendition here

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Sennheiser MIDI control Microphone

When singers control their own vocal effects during live performances, this is often done using floor-based or small desktop devices. However, if an artist presses foot pedals during a performance, knowledgeable members of the audience will know that he or she is making use of effects at that point and others may wonder why the vocalist is looking away and what he or she is doing with his/her feet. The loss of contact with the audience can be annoying in particular when readjustments are being made to the effects, and that’s before one even starts to take into account the curtailed freedom of movement on the part of the artist.

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New developments in Bio-Dance work

This is an example of some bio-data coming from a dancer (Alyssa), driving both sound generation in realtime and image generation. The sound is in Kyma and the image is in Unity3D. I am working with collaborators at ASU (Julie, Alyssia, Andreea) to develop a new dance work using these techniques – this is early material from that work

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SoftKinetic – Gesture Recognition tools

This SoftKinetic – Gesture Recognition software works with any 3D camera – looks like the whole MS Kinect thing but ramped up to industrial scale robustness with some excellent interaction designer tools

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