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Usine Hollyhock II Demo grid

Sensomusic present here a demo of the new grid, the sequencer of Usine Hollyhock II, more info on our website (http://www.sensomusic.org/)
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Here the new sequencer from Sensomusic, part of the version 2 of Usine Hollyhock, a great tool which can  handles repetitions,
with poly-speed allowed ( different cursors with various speed) not only one like in most of sequencers.
It's also a sequencer which can work backward on reverse files, event if you change the reverse in real time.Promising

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Kacper Ziemianin : A performance with Movement and Lights sensors

Performance by Kacper Ziemianin as part of the Wonderwerp programme Recorded in the context of Volkspaleis 2014 More info: volkspaleis.org/2014

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Kacper Ziemianin proposes here a performance with some interesting ways to use lights and movement sensors.

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Neil young creates a new Flac Music Player: The Pono

Neil young creates a new Flac Music Player: The Pono | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it
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Neil young , using the kickstarter system, creates a new portable music player,  using the flac , promising a best quality for Music , 128 Go,  and online music shop.

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MarkCapecchi's curator insight, October 7, 2014 7:24 PM

Great new option for low quality mp3

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Diemo Schwarz demonstrating a new innovative interface: The Fonof

The FONOF is the first controller develop by Emmanuelle Gibello to perform and creat her music. This interface is based on a sensor array to “Hall effect”. This…
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Here a convincing demonstration of a new interface , the fonof developped by Emmanuelle Gibello .It offer 48 sensors using the “Hall Effect” (magnetic) process, that detect the presence and distance of magnetic pieces.Using an usb connection , it can send informations (0-1 type or proportionnal values) to Music composition software.

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http://www.scenophonie.net/editions/fonof/

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2015 GUTHMAN COMPETITION : Winner is Cantor Digitalis

2015 GUTHMAN COMPETITION : Winner is Cantor Digitalis | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it

It is with a great pleasure we announced the Cantor Digitalis won the first prize of the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition in Georgia Tech, Atlanta last week !The Cantor Digitalis was played by the Chorus Digitalis ensemble and videos of the semi-finale and finale can be found here(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Qth9MjjI1E) at 2h27'08'' (semi-finale) and at 11h12'33'' (finale).

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Really glad to see the Cantor digitalis win the first place this year ! A really cool instrument is born. Explore the (long) video to find demonstrations. Others winners and more details can be found also on the Gutham site (http://www.guthman.gatech.edu/)

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PhonoPaper : A Graphical sound generator

PhonoPaper : A Graphical sound generator | Experimental music software and hardware | Scoop.it
Created by Alexander Zolotov, PhonoPaper is a format of graphical representation of the sound (music, human voice, etc.); in other words, it is the 2D audio barcode (by analogy with the QR-code).
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We all dream of this, drawing our music...Here a free app for IOS and Android, a 2D audio barcode (by analogy with the QR-code) based on the great synthesizer ANS by Evgeny Murzin, You can draw some partition, but also use the camera of your phone to read and play your environment. Thanks to http://www.creativeapplications.net/ for the review.

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Gemma Gallego's curator insight, May 22, 2014 11:59 AM

Asombroso!

MarkCapecchi's curator insight, October 7, 2014 7:29 PM

Amazing technology to add to your tonal pallet.  It expands your definition of sound and music

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Use plants to supply electricity to your Monotron ?

Radio powered by moss, using Photo Microbial Fuel Cells (Photo-MFCs), an emerging biophilic zero-carbon technology. Find out more on mosspower.tumblr.com © University…
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For future Music hardware, we need Future energy and new ways to produce it. Here a cool project ( Thanks to C.Webster for the link) . using the photosynthesis to produce electricity and playing Radio .

what about a monotron..? ;-) more infos:

http://www.wired.com/design/2014/03/moss-solar-panels-power-pocket-radio/

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