Control surface for Boris Baltschun
Motorized fader console for BEAST, the Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre.
Emphasis on compact size (32 faders within 81x22cm) and resolution (16-bit ADCs, 12-bit positioning accuracy).
In 2012 clones were sold to MAAST, Kent and De Montfort, Leicester.
128 servos and 3 LEDs controlled by two gluions. The latter don’t act as interfaces like usual but run a custom FPGA configuration that implements the complete behaviour model. No additional computer involved.
Modded Peavey1600 fader box for 16bit resolution.
Custom gluion code for Warren Cross’ Matrix Guitar
Speed-control for a set of turntables and a rotating light.
gluion upgrade for Jonathan Impett’s Meta-Trumpet. Also added a gyro.
Modified gluion for sample-accurate control of pneumatic valves. Driven by an ADAT line with 64 dual-channel outputs.
gluion upgrade for Nic Collins’s trombone-propelled electronics.
gluion upgrade for Peter Cusack’s sensor guitar