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Dance for the Living

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Sketch 17/100

Finding support for the movement from the rhythm of the song, as well as the sequential rhythms of the body itself. Surrendering to the flow of the moment.
The sound is based on a simple repetitive pattern run through a single feedback delay and a reverb.

Source code and project here: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/017-dance-for-the-living/
#100Sketches
#TwoBodyOrchestra
#MinibeeMovementSensors
#Supercollider
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Dance for the Living

Sketch 17/100

Finding support for the movement from the rhythm of the song, as well as the sequential rhythms of the body itself. Surrendering to the flow of the moment.
The sound is based on a simple repetitive pattern run through a single feedback delay and a reverb.

vimeo.com/402606227

Source code and more information about the project here: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/017-dance-for-the-living/



Inside the Sound
Sketch 16/100

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A small presentation of how you can work with sensors, sounds and effects, and letting it resonate in the body.

Source code and more information about the project here: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/016-inside-the-sound/




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Inside the Sound
Sketch 16/100

vimeo.com/402230617

A small presentation of how you can work with sensors, sounds and effects, and letting it resonate in the body.

Source code and more information about the project here: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/016-inside-the-sound/

#100Sketches
#TwoBodyOrchestra
#Supercollider

Sketch 15/100 Making Air

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Making air bubbles inside the body in order to fly and dive when necessary :)

The arpeggiated sound consists of one sine wave modulating the frequency of another in a harmonic relationship. The noisier sound consists of one sine wave with a phase modulation feedback modulating another feedback sine wave. These feedback sine waves go from sine wave through square wave to chaotic oscillation.

Source code: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/01

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Sketch 15/100 Making Air

vimeo.com/397803989

Making air bubbles inside the body in order to fly and dive when necessary.

The arpeggiated sound consists of one sine wave modulating the frequency of another in a harmonic relationship. The noisier sound consists of one sine wave with a phase modulation feedback modulating another feedback sine wave. These feedback sine waves go from sine wave through square wave to chaotic oscillation.

Source code: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/01

curiosity -> unknown -> fear -> .... -> trust -> relaxation -> curiosity

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A little exploration of voice and four microphones. Each mic is run through different effect chains with ring modulations, feedback delays, filters, limiters, and more delays that are then fed back into the effect chains again.

Source code and details here: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/01

@klli

Supported Flow
Sketch 13/100

Both movers take turns supporting each other and flowing through the anchor points and openings that are created through this.

The sounds are a combination of recordings granulated in slightly different ways and run through different effect chains. Each wrist has a movement sensor to trigger a separate sound.

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More info:
roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/01

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Sketch #11 Through The Cracks

In between techtonic plates. In between shifting realities.

Allowing the imagery of earthy and watery sounds to move the body, chasing the inner world of cracks and resistances.

The earthy sound comes from three sensors triggering granulated recordings of feet stomping on a dance floor, the bubbles come from one sensor triggering patterns of water drop recordings.

#100Sketches
#TwoBodyOrchestra
#MinibeeMovementSensors
#supercollider

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