I just saw these videos from a performance of Nine Tas directed by Mike Edgerton
at the University of Malaya. It’s great to hear the music return to this part of the world, since I began work on the piece while traveling in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Shawn Feeney‘s annual Jack-o-lantern is a tribute to the late Ornette Coleman.
Performing Christian Wolff’s Sticks with Andrew Raffo Dewar and Tim Feeney at the Sassafras Center for Arts and Environment.
I’m so happy to share the gorgeous documentation of this event. Along with Cage’s Inlets, Bacchanale and Litany for the Whale, there’s some Gibbons, Bach and Gould. Interspersed through the second part are on-the-fly virtual conversations between Cage and Gould.
In this TED Talk Ge Wang of Stanford geeks out about computer music (hooray!). He talks briefly about the hemispherical speakers used by the Stanford Laptop Orchestra. Their design (using an IKEA salad bowl) informed my hemi speaker experiments here.
I recently bought a 6-channel amplifier to upgrade the 3 2-channel amps I originally installed in the speaker. I’ll post about the new amp as soon as I drop it in.
I’m getting ready to do some landscaping and wanted to get an idea about how much sun shines on different parts of the yard. Today’s weather prediction was mostly sunny, so I fired up a webcam, gaff taped it to the window and hacked a quick intervalometer Max patch. I grabbed a frame every 30 seconds capturing a total of 1133 frames during the day. This video shows them at 30 frames per second.
Thanks to Day of the New Dan’s Time Lapse Assembler for coming through when ImageMagick choked.