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  1. Through the use of Ambee’s + NASA’s APIs and TouchDesigner, I’ve managed to capture air quality and near-earth space object [asteroids and fireballs] data in real-time, and used it to trigger MIDI signals in Ableton Live. Said signals are feeding two stock samplers and an instance of SketchCassette. Samplers are loaded one with Thom Yorke’s vocal stems from Nude and Reckoning, and the other one with the song that single-handedly introduced me to guitar-playing. Without further ado:
  2. Hey, everyone! Just came to share my newest video-teaching on a technique which I think a good amount of you will find of interest. In the following video, you’re going to learn how to control both analog and digital instruments through movement with the help of TouchDesigner, Ableton Live and a Kinect camera. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHtUXvb6XMM
  3. Hey, everyone. I think that some of you might be interested in my latest experiment: Through the use of NASA’s API and TouchDesigner, I’ve managed to capture near-earth space objects data [asteroids and fireballs], and used it to trigger MIDI signals in Ableton Live. Said signals are feeding a stock sampler, which happens to be loaded with a couple of one of my favorite artist’s vocal takes. To give it a little more musicality to the experiment, I decided to iterate through the data of the last six objects that passed close to Earth between the selected dates.
  4. Thanks! Now is the time! There's so much documentation and tutorials out there..
  5. Hello everyone! Through the use of a depth camera (Kinect V2), I’ve managed to create this cool real-time filter in TouchDesigner. What do you people think about it? Can't wait to see this badboy live on stages! Music and visuals by myself.
  6. Hello everyone! Been working for quite a bit in a way to transform image into sound, and came up with a hopefully-interesting idea. In this tutorial you’re going to learn how to transform RGB data into MIDI in TouchDesigner, and feed it to Ableton Live: I’ve also uploaded both project files and the final Ableton session for all my patrons: https://linktr.ee/uisato Enjoy! 😄
  7. Hey, everyone! Just wanted to share my latest experimentation with Kinect, Ableton Live and TouchDesigner. It's amazing what can be accomplished with so little investment:
  8. I’ve been kind of obsessed with oscilloscope music/drawing this past week. And kind of sad due to the fact that the cool analog ones that were being sold in my area were super over-priced or in terrible shape. That’s why I decided to build one in TouchDesigner (and I was able to include the so precious XY mode!) What you’re hearing in the first video is a segment of Jerobeam Fenderson’s “Planets”, track part of his amazing album “Oscilloscope Music”. And all the visuals you’re seeing are being generated by just using said track as an input for the oscilloscope built in XY mode. (Yes, Jerobeam is awesome) There’s still some room for improvement, but I’m quite happy with the “analog vibe” I managed to give the whole thing. PS: I’ve just uploaded a copy of Oscilloscope’s project file for all my patrons. Let the sonorous drawing begin: https://linktr.ee/uisato
  9. Hey, everyone! I've been experimenting for the past couple of months with different softwares and techniques and I'm super excited to share with you what's been achieved! 😄 Hardware used: - PC running Windows 10 with Ableton Live 11 + TouchDesigner running on parallel - Kinect V2 Kinect-Controlled Drum Rack: Kinect-Controlled Voice FX Chain: Kinect-Controlled Guitar FX Chain: Kinect-Controlled Synth: What do you guys think? What would you like to see in the future with these kinds of experiments? I'm all ears!
  10. I would love to have the knowledge to make something like that! Doesn't seem so complicated, but haven't used Raspberries ever.
  11. Hello there! As the title describes, a dear friend/producer of mine and I started a record label/community to promote music as a group. The idea came to our minds while discussing about the diverse and awesome musicians we find almost by accident, how artists of less popular genres don´t get the exposition we believe they should, and also the fact that we tend to move our music (that´s our perception) as lone wolves. So we didn´t think twice, made use of our enthusiasm (and some skills we learned throught the years) and developed an identity, designed a website, launched a blog and started to contact fellow artists too see if there´s people interested in joining us. The name of the project is aquí yacen records, the spanish expression to say "here lie the records". You can check our website right here: www.aquiyacen.com And this is an article with more information: www.aquiyacen.com/post/welcome-to-aqui-yacen We´re looking for artists who like what we´re doing and feel motivated to take part. It is free, no agreement and you would owe us nothing. Our earning and yours is to meet new cool artists and working with them to improve at what we do. Thank you for reading!
  12. My very first tutorial, ever. Hope you guys enjoy it. www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhxB8eq4r88
  13. That's a great idea! I've been experimenting with producing MIDI, but no greatness yet achieved. Need to improve it a lot. Let me know if you get any results!
  14. Pointcloud me controlling some parameters of a REPRO-5 in Ableton Live with my right hand’s X and Y axis through the use of TouchDesigner’s TDAbleton component and Kinect CHOP. Thought some of you guys might dig into this kind of experiments. 😄
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