Melbourne at Horse Bazaar and MIUC

Played with Ben Byrne at the Make It Up Club in Melbourne on April 20. Ben performed on chaos pad and homegrown max/msp. Very interesting and powerful performance, with several new textures instigated by the context. Before us, a trio was performing on a basis of guitar hero through distortions and processing together with voice and midi drumkit, to reach extraordinary levels. Great stuff.

On April 21 played a solo gig at the Stutter series hosted at The Horse Bazaar. Went very well, and show ended quite late. Also playing were legendary Aussie bands Makers of The Dead Travel Fast and Scattered Order. “Sonic assault of samples, noise and guitars in a rare live performance” and “pseudo classical with elements of exotica & gothic pop.” Yes!

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I have over the years released a considerable amount of music as composer, flute and laptop performer and producer on digital and physical media – vinyl, cassette, CD, DVD. You will find all this material including listening links on the recordings page.

The programming I am doing for my own electronica and interactive music performance purposes has let me into research topics that have spun off a few snippets of generally useful software. This is available in the toolbox page.

Finally, the 3D Sound Object is a sound diffusion concept that holds very interesting artistic promises, and I am discussing the concept and pieces I have made on the 3D Sound Object page.