Video sequence recorded under wine. KSP now runs natively on Linux.
A creative use of color and technology.
Droning 202 by Louigi Verona
We are hovering above a city, looking at the streets and buildings. Each of those is full of people, each with his own life, circumstances, world view, friends, family and a story…
And we are just flying over, travelers, saying hello and saying good bye and moving on to fields and long roads and then to another city…
New music video create by Kotau. Oooh, luk at tha pretti colorz!
Sebkha Chott are about to release their new album (the 5th) of SEBKHA-CHOTT made with Linux. It will be released worldwidely on 22nd of September by Muséa Records (in collaboration with AMMD and Dogmazic). Preorders are available until 8th of July.
The best is probably to listen to/look at more than talk about:
flac : http://sebkhachott.net/spip/IMG/flac/sebkha-chott_nexxxtepilog_phialshapes_short-10.flac
ogg : http://sebkhachott.net/spip/IMG/ogg/sebkha-chott_nexxxtepilog_phialshapes_short.ogg
and with a live video mapped on it (html5 player)
and on youtube
*List of softwares used*
+ Debian GNU/Linux (recording master)
+ TangoStudio (control)
- Drivers and DSP managers
+ FFADO developpment version (Saffire Pro 40)
+ ALSA (RME HDSP 9652
+ hdspmixer, hdspconf
- Session Handler
- MIDI sequencer
+ seq24 (customized version)
+ Alsa Modular Synth
- Recording, mixing, and mastering
+ Ardour 2.8
+ numerous LADSPA plugs
Here is the official announcement by Sebkha-Chott’s Kourt with references to Marcel Marceau and George W Bush!!
Music for Flesh II
Interactive music for enhanced body
(Xth Sense Biosensing Wearable Technology)
No pre-recorded sounds are used in this performance.
All sounds are produced and manipulated in real-time by the muscle movements of the performer.
Recorded live at The University of Edinburgh, UK, March 2011.
Xth Sense is:
- a low-cost biosensing wearable hardware device;
- a DSP modular software for capture, analysis and processing of biological sounds of the body (Pure Data-based).
Further information: marcodonnarumma.com/works/music-for-flesh-ii
Designed and developed by Marco Donnarumma with the support of:
ACE Sound Design, The University of Edinburgh
Dorkbot ALBA @ Edinburgh Hacklab.
Special thanks to Marianna Cozzolino and Andrea Donnarumma.
This is an electronic track made from samples from around my house, recorded with Specimen, Hydrogen, seq24, and Ardour. The video was shot on a Canon 550D and edited in Kdenlive.
A collaborative work from AVSynthesis and Kdenlive. The title is from the soundtrack, an ambient music piece composed for another AVSynthesis session. The original video sequence was divided into five sections in Kdenlive, then each section is treated to a Vignette effect and another effect unique to the section. Other effects include the Blur, Mirror, and Baltan transforms.