“scratch d.j. cat”:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oq4SKmYy-3U&eurl=
a song by FLOSSIE and the UNICORNS called, “CELEBRITY BIOGRAPHY”:http://www.skingraftrecords.com/mp3/LP_MP3/Flossie_CelebrityBiogra.mp3
years ago some russian boat exploded and started spewing forth toxic burning freon gas into the atmosphere. so that’s in the background.
“i think it was here”:http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll=48.42977,-123.431268&spn=0.013782,0.036221&t=h&om=1
“info on project-page>>>>>>”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/random/?page_id=33
here’s just another little video file.
“http://www.mediumrecords.com/video/vidisynthexp05b2.mov”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/video/vidisynthexp05b2.mov 18.2Mb 3:13
was experimenting with different resolutions and refresh rates to drive the synth’s sync with. the basic circuit handles 120Hz (as in this example) with no problem and also works with all the other rates like 85Hz, 75Hz etc. higher rates actually do look better but it will be interesting to see what’s involved with converting to SD video.
resolution works fine at 1024 pix wide, but higher than that causes the right side of the image to be brighter than the left for some reason.
(not sure who this music is from at the moment as it was just taped off the radio… will be a bit of work to figure out who it is, so, that soon)
…update… optional diodes on the synch-lines need to go between the inputs and outputs to monitor (or projector)
so NOT as shown in this diagram..
synch inputs need to go directly to the logic without any diodes.. but you could DC or RC couple if you’re into that kind of thing.
“some boring experiments>>>>>>”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/random/?page_id=36
here’s a bit of still image documentation.
it’s an early attempt to make an audio controlled video-image-synthesizer.
some years ago i was trying to capture video with my 266MHz G3 Power PC.
using a free program called Avid-Video-Shop i got some results which worked normal but also some happy accidents.
with a capture setting called “post-compress”, the program would try to grab uncompressed video and audio before attempting to encode the material to the codec of your choice. basically every codec tried would result in mega-glitch material in the end. a very simple A/V blenderizer.
so here from 2004 is a short compilation “video”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/video/noisequotient.mov clocking in at 1minute, 9.5MB. it’s some of the captured material, live triggered with GRID video software.
this is basically the first project of this kind i’ve ever actually completed… in the sense that it’s done that is..
so check out the
h2. “project page with pictures and exhaustive descriptions >>>>>>>> here>>>> “:http://www.mediumrecords.com/random/?page_id=25
h2. “audio & video documentation >>>>>>>>>>>>”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/random/?page_id=26
An attempt to make field-recordings which are free from wind-noise.
“photos and info on project page >>>”:http://www.mediumrecords.com/random/?page_id=24
found a piano keyboard in the garbage, right next to a box of interesting but used footware.
so it gets a new life:
…presenting: “the mouse organ”
for various reasons it should actually be called the “baby-seal organ”, for this version pictured above. the keys were to control some VCO type devices. keyboard was split into three sections, each with a series of resistors. it worked but didn’t get finished.
back of an old cassette deck makes for a pretty decent control pannel.
it’s back to the drawingboard for now though.