Wednesday April 20th 7:30pm: QCGU Boardroom
Liam O’Connor, Owen Arnold, Jack Brownridge-Jones, Sean Telford, Luke Thomson, Darcy Adam, Patrick Morwitch, Taana Rose, Blair Johnston, Alex O’Donovan, John Ferguson.
Schmitt Trigger – HEME
In electronics a Schmitt trigger is a comparator circuit with hysteresis implemented by applying positive feedback to the non inverting input of a comparator or differential amplifier. In HEME the shmitt trigger is an ideal component to explore live construction, in quadrophonic sound. All circuits built live from raw components.
No input mixer – HEME
A mixer with no inputs. The outputs of an old and unloved mixing desk are plugged into its inputs, this creates feedback, and many opportunities for creative interaction.
Copernicus – Alex O’Donovan and John Ferguson
Challenging the canon of live musical expression – with a circuit bent synthesizer receiving voltage control, 6 oscillator detuned noise generator with voltage sag, and an amplifier responding to human-touch circuit bending.
Quiet raised eyebrow – HEME
Circuit, singing bowl, voice, projector, circular sequencer, no-input mixer, microphones.
Sound and vision mixed and live-captured by Alex O’Donovan, edited by John Robert Ferguson
Handmade Electronic Music Ensemble (HEME) at OUT OF THE AUDITORY SYMPOSIUM from Music Technology QCGU on Vimeo. SYMPOSIUM ON SOUND AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN WEDNESDAY MARCH 9TH 2016, AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, QUEENSLAND, 70 MERIVALE ST, SOUTH BRISBANE. Captured and edited by John Robert Ferguson