When testing, I found that when the vocal lines are sung, the different intonations of the voice affected how clear the standing waves appeared within the Ruben’s tubes. To counter this, I ended up creating midi versions of each resonant frequency line in Sibelius (taken from here and here). Because the recording of the final… Continue reading Playback through the tubes
I’ve been spending a lot of time recently researching installations which incorporate sound and image in a unique and interesting way. This is because I have my music major project coming up this semester – that’s right, one final subject before I finish my undergrad. One of the videos which stood out most to me… Continue reading Cymatics: Science vs. Music – Nigel Stanford
Glitch art in our current day and age is essentially a visual aesthetic. It has evolved from the past, drawing upon dead media technologies where errors would often take a visual form. I raise that this glitch aesthetic is drawing upon dead media technologies mostly because the technologies of our current day and age exist… Continue reading Revolution of glitches
Upon viewing the exhibition Wearing Memories, I have been asked to research and reflect, drawing from my original thoughts and assumptions in order to further my knowledge.
Todays class was about experience and reflection, either of the original Godzilla movie or Haji Oh’s exhibition. I chose the latter, and have recorded my thoughts through audio via. soundcloud. I have also included a transcript of what is said for those who prefer to read, accompanied by pictures throughout. Even if you don’t read… Continue reading Wearing Memory – Haji Oh