I was recently interviewed by Berkeley, CA Sound Designer Nathan Lively on his podcast Sound Design Live which has over 10,000 followers! This was a nice turn as I’m normally the one doing the interviewing :^). You can read the original post “Turning Technology Into Performance” here, listen to the full 26 minute interview using … Continue reading The Tables Are Turned. My Interview on Sound Design Live Podcast "Turning Technology Into Performance"
If you’ve seen pictures or videos of my live rig in use you’ll know that I when I use Percussa AudioCubes, I tend to not only use them on a table surface, but I also place them on top of other instruments like the Theremin or other keyboards. When I first started doing this I … Continue reading Percussa AudioCube Tip To Prevent Cubes from Sliding
On the 14th of March I gave a presentation on Percussa AudioCubes at the Ableton Denver Meetup. David Henderson was kind enough to shoot video and he even took the time to post on YouTube. Thanks David. By the way, if you haven’t subscribed to his blog yet, you should check it out - http://www.hendersounds.com/. … Continue reading New Single “First Orbit” Performed Live + Percussa Audio Cube Presentation Video from Ableton Denver Meetup
Back in November I purchased a set of four Percussa AudioCubes. I've spent quite a bit of time working with them as a an interface to Ableton Live. In this hands-on review I'll explain what they are, how they work, how I'm using them with Live and also offer some tips along the way. … Continue reading In-Depth Review of Percussa AudioCubes in Use with Ableton Live
I recently added Percussa AudioCubes to my studio and performance rig. While I’m planning a longer post offering an overview of how AudioCubes work, this is a quick post to mention two applications of AudioCube technology I’ve been experimenting with. First, I’m using them as lights. You can send RGB values to the cubes via … Continue reading Percussa Audio Cubes: Lights & Tangible Interface with Ableton Live and Alchemy