Category Archives: Mapping

WITH WINDS (excerpt)

I have been working on a t-stick sound vocabulary that integrates well with winds – wood wind instruments to be more precise – capturing not only sustained ‘wind’ sounds but also a wealth of extended technique sounds (e.g., key clicks, tongue … Continue reading

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Cyberain, uh-huh and bam

New mapping strategies and, thus, new modes of performance are the most exciting advancements to originate from the 2010 T-stick Composition Workshops so far. The seeds of these strategies are born in the imaginations of the composer-participants. This example illustrates sound-gesture … Continue reading

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Preliminary mapping & sound for Bryan Jacobs

A demonstration of some preliminary mapping ideas on the soprano t-stick, as a result of the first t-stick workshop session with New York composer, Bryan Jacobs. Gestures control the playing and processing of vocal samples.

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Digital Orchestra Toolbox

This “toolbox” is a collection of Max/MSP objects that we have found useful in creating gesture processing patches for digital musical instruments. ( download )

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DOT Mapper

Introduction to mapping digital musical instruments using the Digital Orchestra Tools. The mapping tools provide a framework and GUI designed to aid collaborative development of a digital musical instrument mapping layer. Click on the Vimeo link in the bottom righthand … Continue reading

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