I perform as part of the Google Mobile Orchestra. We primarily use tether controllers with Android tablets running MobMuPlat and a custom synth designed by Dan Iglesia, the GMOrk leader. I also performed as a guest artist in Sideband’s Bay Area tour in fall of 2018.

Performing with Sideband at PDCon in New York City.



Performing as part of the Canessa Gallery series organized by Bryan Day in San Francisco.



Haptic 3D Music

While at Iowa State University I was an RA and student of Dr. Christopher Hopkins, PI of Virtual Environment Sound Control. I contributed work to the platform for enabling dynamic manipulation of objects in haptic 3D space to spawn and move objects using a stylus.

A Walk

Darren Hushak and I created a piece within VESC, with control in Max/MSP and sound design in Reaktor. This piece is all about textures and mappings. In Max/MSP we combined surface parameters like friction, with stylus interaction parameters like force, orientation, and velocity using various mappings for sound synthesis.

A performance of "A Walk" with live video of the performer.



Euc-grid

I created a checkerboard-like layout and used my newly-written features of object spawning and movement to control the x-y pair inputs to a Euclidean rhythm generator.

A piece played using Euc-grid.



electroacoustic composition

Two pieces of mine, “Etude” and “Chimeric Devotion.”



live coding

I’ve done some live coding in Impromptu and Extempore. Here is a piece I made called “Bight”



pitch trail composer

I made an application in Max/MSP that allows you to draw lines on a canvas and play them back interpreted as glissandi in the time:pitch coordinates.

A score created in Pitch Trail Composer.



Hear the score shown above.



Here is a recreation of THX's "Deep Note" using PTC.



cmix

I translated many of the examples in Heinrich Taube’s “Notes from the Metalevel” from lisp to PyRTCMix. I implemented several functions from the Common Music API as well, most notably nth-order Markov chaining. You can see the code on GitHub.

pops

My very first music technology project. Using one 800 ms sample of a “pop” sound, I created a single-timbred sampling instrument reminiscent of a marimba. Using Audacity, I cleaned up the sample and pitch shifted to a three-octave set of notes. This is a piece I wrote to display it, with tracking done in Pro Tools.