A 16 minute sample from a live set at Submerge, recorded 30 January 2005. The opening underscore is from Russian composer, Boro Cloth, with text by penned Sydney based composer/film-maker, David Nerlich, and narrated by yours truely.
Sunday morning, inner-stage, Submerge, Opeia Eco-Arts Retreat.
A generative composition derived from GPS coordinates commissioned for the opening of Iteration 2, the second international conference on generative systems in the electronic arts, 5-7 Dec 2001.
Performed with Frostwave ring modulator and infra-red theremin, or Beamer.
To listen to Memory Effect 001 you will require the SSEYO … Continue Reading ››
"The termen-vox (theremin), the precursor of the synthesizer, built in 1919 by the Russian inventor Lev Sergejewitsch Termen (Theremin), is the worlds first commercially produced electronic musical instrument. The instrument is played with the two hands by moving them in front of two separate antennas. As usual you control pitch and volume determined by the … Continue Reading ››
Straight on after Drowned World I completed sound design and composition for Brendan Cowell's Happy New. Directed by Ben Harkin and performed by three sprightly and effusive actors (Dai Paterson, Angus Sampson, Jude Beaumont) it pulls into alignment the paranoiac junk … Continue Reading ››
The play I had recently completed music and sound pieces for got a pretty decent review in The Age.
I wasn't entirely happy with the final result of my work, having had to deal with three, or was it four different briefs. Ended up producing far more material than I had intended and certainly … Continue Reading ››