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Yonder (1 of 3) @ Asheville electro-music festival 2014

Yonder (2 of 3) @ Asheville electro-music festival 2014

Yonder (3 of 3) @ Asheville electro-music festival 2014

This composition displayed visuals to enhance the music of Yonder (Sally Sparks and Chris Stack) at Asheville electro-music festival 2014. It was created by me and Steve.

In the performance, Steve controlled the composition with a Behringer fader sending MIDI to the composition. I've replaced the MIDI nodes with keyboard nodes so you can control it with your computer keyboard.

Composition and supporting files: 

Exported App: 

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Project Ruori @ electro-music 2013

A simple noninteractive animation — a grid is warped and overlaid several times, producing moiré patterns.

In the video below, I'm using a modified version of the composition that responds to MIDI events sent by the Renoise sequencer.

Composition and supporting files: 

Exported App: 

Using TouchOSC to control Vuo

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How to use TouchOSC for creative input in Vuo

How to use the TouchOSC iPhone app to control a Vuo composition

Transcript: 

Hey I’m Travis with Team Vuo,

  1. In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use TouchOSC with Vuo. TouchOSC is a software platform that provides an array of different touch-control interfaces for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. Vuo can receive the different forms of controlled output from a TouchOSC display and utilize it for creative input in a composition. Today we’re going to learn how to build this simple composition that uses a TouchOSC display on my iPhone to control the location of a shape within a console window.

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