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Free Music Archive: Build A Mixing Bowl Reverb

Mon, 02/09/2015 - 17:32 -- rprice

The concept of a plate reverb is quite simple. An electromagnet, like the one found on a audio speaker, is directly or indirectly coupled to the center of a piece of sheet of metal. Audio from a sound source is fed into this electromagnet (voice coil) which will physically vibrate the piece of sheet metal (plate). These audio vibrations are echoed many times, echos which are in fact persistence of audio. The amount of persistence (reverberation) is determined by the physical characteristics of the plate.

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ionosonde recordings: D.I.Y. plate reverb

Mon, 02/09/2015 - 17:32 -- rprice

Now that I had a working voice coil (driver) ready for mounting on the plate reverb unit, it is time to fabricate a coupling link that will directly connect the driver to the plate. But first, I need to do something with this mess I made while performing that gruesome surgery on our patient. A quick sweeping with my trusty broom and......wait a minute - broom - broom handle... Perfect! A broom handle is the right size for making a driver coupling link.

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Hi! I’m Jeff! « adafruit industries blog

Wed, 11/13/2013 - 10:29 -- rprice

If you’re a chiptune fan or a circuit bender you might be familiar with my notendo work. In 2001, I helped pioneer the practice of preparing video game systems to intentionally short circuit, creating generative video and digital collage from game data. Since then, I’ve been fortunate enough to perform at some legendary events, work with amazing musicians like Anamanaguchi and help establish my practice as a new art form that now falls under the umbrella label of “glitch art.”

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When Plants Jam with Synths: Leslie Garcia’s Open Project Lets Plants Talk with Sound

Sun, 04/14/2013 - 13:14 -- rprice

Pulsu is a project that empirically analyzes which are the mechanisms that plants use to communicate and also how their own biological processes are a manifestation of communication, seemingly intangible to our senses.

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Spacebrew

Tue, 02/19/2013 - 13:40 -- rprice

Flexible routing and re-routing between anything that can speak over Websockets. A dynamic interface that allows changes and provides feedback in real-time. Online and local accessibility. Supported libraries and example scripts. A growing tutorial library. Jam Session hackathons hosted by LAB at Rockwell Group. Open-source and completely free.

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Matt Roberts

Wed, 10/10/2012 - 10:08 -- rprice

Matt Roberts is a new media artist specializing in real-time video performance and new media applications. His work has been featured internationally and nationally, including shows in Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Mexico and in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago. He has shown in several new media festivals including ISEA, FILE, 404, CONFLUX, and he recently received the Transitio award from the Transitio_MX Festival in Mexico City. He is the founder of MPG: Mobile Performance Group , and an Associate Professor of Digital Art at Stetson University .

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Matt Roberts

Wed, 10/10/2012 - 10:08 -- rprice

Matt Roberts is a new media artist specializing in real-time video performance and new media applications. His work has been featured internationally and nationally, including shows in Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Mexico and in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago. He has shown in several new media festivals including ISEA, FILE, 404, CONFLUX, and he recently received the Transitio award from the Transitio_MX Festival in Mexico City. He is the founder of MPG: Mobile Performance Group , and an Associate Professor of Digital Art at Stetson University .

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BBC News - Coldplay Xylobands light up Devon company's profits

Mon, 09/10/2012 - 12:46 -- rprice

Mr Regler's wristbands have now been an integral part of more than 60 Coldplay shows, along with balloons, confetti, lasers and of course the music.

It is a huge leap forward for the firm which still employs only four people but is looking to expand.

The firm's success goes back to the summer of 2005.

It had been making electronic technology for children's toys, but had to file for bankruptcy after another firm failed to pay for a year's work.

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