Welcome to the Second Cup of Coffee! I don’t know about you, but that’s when I get my best work done.
For my first post I thought I’d share some art I made in my old Phaser Filters audio program - a MaxMSP patch I hope to resurrect one day that created visuals like this linked to the music created through the program.
20th November 2020
After attending every Max MSP additional workshop that has taken place so far on the course I have managed to complete the entirety of workshops 1 & 2 including their extension tasks, this has now been submitted ahead of time and below I have included the supporting documentation notes from my submission.
Taken from my Max MSP Workshop Supporting Documentation
‘In my workshop folder you will find the first two workshop patches fully completed along with the extension tasks, you can see images below to support this.
*above* Recording & Basic Effects
*above* Sampler & Generative Drum Machine
*below* For the expansion task on the first workshop I made a generative drum machine which I then successfully placed into the workshop 1 task space…
I have also completed a Vector Synthesis Oblique Scale Generator (synthesizer) which I have included as a separate patch as extra work within the same compressed folder, please open it and take a look I have decided not to add an image of it here to keep everything onto one page.’
Task 1: An Insight into my first task on Max MSP
8th November 2020
Today I followed a tutorial on how to create a Oblique Scale generator using a form of Vector Synthesis through Max MSP… I will be adding this into my plug-in which is aiming to have multiple functions…
New track coming soon.
HeeWon Lee - 108
The image takes form from the movement of letters when typesetting a text. The sound is produced from various carillons (108) and each character corresponds to a musical note. Thus, as words and phrases are formed on the screen, they are accompanied by a singular musical composition. The entire installation is piloted by an IT system, databases and a command console.
© 2010 Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains & HeeWon Lee
PPM is a interactive audiovisual installation based on live data that focuses on greenhouse gas carbondioxide. The emitted CO₂ caused by breathing stands as a metaphor for the users emitted carbondioxide. Both the visual and the audio are controlled by a CO₂ sensor in the mask. The mask forces the user to concentrate on the visuals and the sound to realise how carbondioxid is affecting our planet.
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