March 22, 2015

BYOB Cologne 3/2015 Documentary

Johannes LDC Guerreiro made a short documentary, featuring all the works, that were exhibited at the Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) Artshow on the 6. March 2015. Thanks for this video – makes a perfect roundup of this great evening!

March 15, 2015

Weeknotes February 2015

February! Once again, shortest month of the year, mixed up with carnival-out-of-the-ordinary state in Cologne. But nevertheless some new stuff!

Just a normal day in Cologne…

Oscillot for Ableton Live

I obtained myself a copy of Oscillot – a modular patch system for Ableton Live realized in Max for Live. The basic design is inspired by the Nord Modular and indeed, it is much fun to patch and combine with with the high quality audio-fx from Ableton Live. I post some patches on YouTube from time to time.

Algorithmic music with PureData and Ableton Live

There was no footage on YouTube showcasing making algorithmic music in PureData with Ableton Live as audio-engine. I had to change this fact and published this video.

ALT trifft NEU
At Dingfabrik we started a new series, where “new members can meet old members“. We cook and talk!

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March 12, 2015

BYOB Cologne March 2015

Nodepond BYOB-Transformer

Nodepond BYOB-Transformer

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This are three impressions from my projection-mapping installation at the Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB)-event we had in Cologne an the 6. March 2015 at the Bunker k101. There were about 1000 visitors!! The quality of the works and the networking was also very good.

I named my work “Transformer” (on the pictures that small thing on the right), because I projected directly into the room and used “found” architectonical details I highlighted with a slowly evolving pattern. The intensions to set an accent on the architectonical dimension of the projection-mapping. This work is a continuation of the works I developed during my “Wildbeamin’ Summer Season” in 2014.

The Website of the Bunker has got a good review / round-up of all works, that were shown during the event.