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Mortal Kombat … I mean Mortal Engine!

Mortal Kombat … I mean Mortal Engine!

Mortal Engine is a contemporary dance performance that poignantly exemplifies the blah blah blah of the human condition. Mortal Engine is a laser light show and visual feast that will give you obesity of the eyeballs from having so much eyecandy. Mortal Engine is an interactive ground breaking tour-de-force that will snap you out of existential malaise and make you feel something worthy of numerous exclamation marks!!! Not that I want to...

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The Room

The Room

Here is a preview of a collaborative art project I’ve been working on at The Edge, called The Room. This is the first time I’ve worked with Microsoft’s Kinect (using a modified version of the Synapse program), and these are very early days for me using Ableton Live.   The installation opened yesterday, and will be running for a couple of weeks with an additional performance theatre element provided by Backbone...

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Audio Postcards Experiment

Audio Postcards Experiment

As part of an upcoming installation at The Edge, I’ll be recording a few simple interviews with people and inviting them to answer a question or two. The audio will be recorded and incorporated into the soundscape of the installation- if all goes to plan. No need to be nervous- it might only be one or 2 words we end up using. Feel free to give me a buzz on Skype- the username is audiopostcards So, give me a call- hopefully I’m...

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Tricks of the Trade.

Meet Porter Robinson. He’s an accomplished producer, he’s just remixed Lady Gaga, and he’s 18. Porter is one of several highly talented and exceptional producers who are able to create high calibre tracks in a software-only production environment, and I must confess, I’m a bit of a fan. Producers like Porter and Mylo and Tydi often get me wondering- what is it that separates the wheat from the chaff when it comes to...

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Escape Vektor Soundtrack – a layered conundrum

Escape Vektor Soundtrack – a layered conundrum

I recently finished the soundtrack to Escape Vektor for Nnooo, and thoughts are now turning to a possible album release to coincide with the launch of the game on Nintendo Wiiware. The game soundtrack is establishing itself as a bona-fide musical genre in its own right these days, with the music from many games available as a separate entity on iTunes and other music sites. The music from the Bit.Trip series (Gaijin games) is a personal...

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