4-channel switchable mic preamp mounted on trumpet. Phantom powered.
A DSP-based synthesizer that takes sensor input from a seismometer to generate a set of sine waves to drive transducers.
Sound modules for the walking sticks used by visitors of the “Speed of Light” project by NVA, Glasgow. Barometric and acceleration sensors control a small DSP that runs a composition by Chris Weaver of Resonance FM.
Two sets of headphone plus microphone exchange their sonic environemnt. Wireless.
Added two pan potentiometers to a vanilla DJ mixer. Together with the cross-fader they form a square of four tap-to-ground pots.
Modified guitar tuners to display words, pics, and patterns.
Includes DEAF, EDDY, DEFECT, EFFACED, 8
Frank mostly does his own sensor controllers. Here I just helped him to connect it to a wireless Eobody interface.
Like “Berlin, Mitte der Welt” this is a spinoff of the G-Player series. As usual (some of) the sounds are a 1:1 interpretation of topographic data, this time imprinted on a vinyl disk that sits on top of an elaborate object that alludes to planetary motion. Above a chandelier-pendulum with a laser pointer “scratches” across the disk’s grooves which in turn is sonified and played back thru a rotating speaker, part of the above object.
Klangkunst am Bau. A site-specific installation for the courtyard of Musikhochschule Mainz. An organ (mechanical, but electrically controlled) accompanies the acoustic mix coming from 24 rehearsal rooms. Each of these rooms is equipped with a pitch analyzer connected to a server where the overall dominant frequency is determined, that is sent to the organ .