Blog Archive

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Exploring DSP in the feedback loop › A Patch Explained
I developed this patch for our gig at SARC, and found it really rewarding to play. It evolved without much forward planning, and now I'm trying to work out what's going on in the code. Writing this blog post is my way of trying to do this. Read More ›

Diagram and explanation › Chris' System, October 2017
This is the system i've been using since Iceland. The three transducers give a wide range of tones and feedback paths, and deliver a lot of energy through the instrument. The control board gives a huge amount of flexibility Read More ›

Mounting transducers, and adding controls › IAA Day 2
New transducer mountings, and adding control panels Read More ›

Experiments with transducers and brackets › IAA Day 1
The beginning of our residency with Halldór Úlfarsson at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts in Reykjavik Read More ›

Playing @ Mengi, Reykjavik › Live in Iceland
We're in Reykjavik, developing our instruments with Halldór Úlfarsson at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts. Read More ›

Festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement, Sheffield, UK, 2016 › Live @ Algomech 2016
We played at the Millenium Gallery Read More ›

Remote collaborations › 3D print tag
Shopping lists and component design Read More ›

Halldorophone hack › Cello time
Halldor agrees to show us the ropes of feedback instrument building Read More ›