Generative Improv - Razor vs _derivations + multipleplayers

Ben Carey on June 19, 2011 09:42

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    This was a lot of fun to experiment with. Having only recently acquired NI's Razor synthesiser and experimented with some sounds, I thought it would be interesting to have it controlled and processed generatively through some of the systems I've built in MaxMSP... 'Multiple Players' picks up where my short keyboard impro left off, generating improvised MIDI responses back to Razor derived from my performance, and _derivations analyses the audio output and recalls and transforms previously performed phrases... An interesting experiment I'm keen to try more of!!

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