Category: interactive music

September 30, 2010

Moving Parts

Filed under: art, interactive music, my events, my music, sound art - 30 Sep 2010

Announcing the premiere of:

Moving Parts, a six-channel generative sound installation based on the rhythms and resonances of the built environment.

being presented with The Fourth Space, a video installation by Cecilia Dougherty

October 3 – November 7, at Participant in New …

September 19, 2010

The Blue and White Concert

Filed under: interactive music, my events, my music - 19 Sep 2010

I’m excited to be taking part this coming Saturday, September 25, in the premiere of The Blue and White Concert: The Book of Changes, the latest creation of my friend and frequent collaborator, traditional Korean Drummer Vongku Pak….

May 26, 2010

It will be loud, though

Filed under: interactive music, my events, my music, notation - 26 May 2010

I often write at the Connecticut Muffin near my apartment in Brooklyn. It’s not my preffered workspace, but such is life with a toddler who won’t stand not to be playing with you if you’re in the apartment (despite …

May 16, 2010

upcoming performances with Mantra

Filed under: Uncategorized, interactive music, my events, my music - 16 May 2010

I am very excited to be working on a new piece with the percussion group Mantra. The piece is for 3 drumsets and gesture-controlled electronics (my fancy way of saying that one of the “sticks” at each …

May 26, 2009

twitter scores?

Filed under: interactive music, new music - 26 May 2009

Daniel Wolf suggests the possibility of twitter scores.

Very interesting idea. My first crack at it:

FILL IN THE GAP

March 19, 2009

On Moonlight, Abstraction, and Cavemen

Filed under: Uncategorized, interactive music - 19 Mar 2009

A good friend of mine (not a musician but an avid music lover and one of the more careful listeners I know) recently wrote me the following e-mail as he was listening to Beethoven’s “Moonlight” sonata (I’ve edited it slightly …

February 14, 2009

auracle.com creator passes on

Filed under: interactive music, sound art - 14 Feb 2009

I read earlier this week that Max Neuhaus passed away.

Last year, when I was working full time at Electronic Music Foundation, I was briefly involved with trying to find a commercial home for Auracle, Max’s online interactive improvisation tool.  …