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tumblr_kzea0bD8CQ1qb86hr Doing! Doing! This is what it sounds like when I try to make dance music

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Singing Road! If you drift off the side of a road and hit a rumble strip, you’ll get a distinctive sound intended to alert you and prevent an accident. The pitch of the sound you get depends on the spacing between the bumps or ridges. So if you make lots of ridges like a rumble […]

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This film shows SSVEP working as a musical trigger and as an amplitude/parameter controller with one then two users (Source: http://vimeo.com/)

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I am always striking for peace me

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Ok, this is the BCMI (Brain Computer Music Interface) using Max for Live. The Live session was written on the fly as the original one was way too subtle to notice any changes. The problem that arose here was that although it would receive the trigger Live would wait for the end of one loop […]

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This is how the MAX patches look in M4L. The buttons flash when the BCMI triggers and values are shown for feedback

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The eegRouting object handles incoming changes in velocity to four notes. Calculates which is highest vel and outputs a 1. My design checks to see if the current high value is still 1 using an adjustable counter – crude – (probably should have used a metro object here but there was little time) and if […]

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Main patcher for routing incoming stream to delay, transpose, change volume and change tempo. Raw MIDI handled in eegRouting object

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THE Girl (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)