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new video I made
video I made
video I made for one of my tunes
a mix from my friend dj lantern there are three of my tunes towards the end check it out you will not be disappointed.
edit I made of the prodigy's omen
check out my music
my music page with my tunes on it
b rich mixtape pretty good genre smashing mix.
glitch up drum loops
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Did an Ancient Volcano Freeze Earth?
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Voiceprints is an experiment in audio visual software. A person speaks into a microphone, their voice is analysed for frequency content, looped, and then a number of small similar textile patterns are re-arranged in an abstract representation of the person's vocal frequency print. These patterns eventually fade, and with them the sound of the person's looped voice.
In human speech the basic acoustic unit is called a phoneme. The visual equivalent is called a "viseme", a basic speech unit in the visual domain, in other words a facial expression that can be used to describe a particular sound . Using this analogy, I have written a piece of software which describes sound using basic visual units to represent recorded frequencies.
My inspiration for a basic visual unit came to me while staring at a wall where I had hung up three Japanese fabrics covered with repeating iconic motifs. Here was an already established set of visual patterns comprised of small repeating elements.
These textile motifs seem appropriate for use in a computer artwork as they are already tiled in a networked, matrix fashion and their morphology resembles miniaturized automata. Woven textiles form part of computing history, through Joseph Marie Jacquard's automated patterned textile weaving machine in 1804 which led to punch cards in computing devices.
My intention is to eventually use the software to create designs worthy of being printed on real fabric (and thereby close the referential loop).
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APC 40 THREAD
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