Heather Lockie and I will be premiering some of the songs from the upcoming Marshweed in the Garden record that we’ve been working on for about a year. We are very excited but also a little tense since we’re both a little out of our musical safety zones. I’ve been forced to use Ableton Live […]
bitpanic, is a newly formed networked computer music ensemble located in Los Angeles comprised of composers Casey Anderson, Scott Cazan, David Paha, Stephanie Smith and myself. Each of us studied at CalArts with Mark Trayle who was one of the founding members of The Hub and was a big influence on each of our own […]
The photo gallery below shows the process of building eight Pi Speakers over the course of a couple of weeks in the Summer of 2014.
My eight channel audio-visual installation PiAV premiere’s tomorrow in the WaveCave gallery at CalArts. The piece will be running from September 1st to September 9th. I have the pleasure of being the very first artist to present work in the newly created gallery space that is dedicated to sound works.
I will be premiering a new audio-visual installation titled PiAV at this years International Computer Music Conference in Athens, Greece from September 14th through September, 20th 2014. PiAV is an immersive multi-sensory environment created using twelve Raspberry Pi computers. I have created a portable 8-channel sound environment using custom made speaker boxes, networked Raspberry Pi […]
I will be teaching a three day Raspberry Pi workshop at Machine Project on Tuesday, July 29th, Thursday, July 31st, and Tuesday, August 5th, 2014. The workshop will focus on using the Raspberry Pi camera module with an emphasis on basic video and audio applications. In this workshop we will cover getting started with Raspberry […]
I will be co-curating a concert and premiering a new piece for the 10th annual Dog Star Orchestra concert series. The concert will take place on Tuesday, June 10th 2014 at The Wulf in Los Angeles. The Dog Star Orchestra concert series was founded by composer Michael Pisaro over ten years ago and highlights experimental […]
I recently finished a recording session with Mark Trayle. We recorded his piece Nearfield Edges in the Wild Beast concert hall at CalArts. Mark’s piece uses a piezo-based feedback mechanism to activate the space with very high frequencies (in the 13K range) that bounce around the room and create mind altering sonic experiences. I used […]