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Parallel Soundscapes (front view) complete (parts 1, 2, and 3)

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Published on Jun 26, 2013

An improvised duet performed with FluxNoisations and circuit-bent radio

(Side view footage of the finale of the performance: http://vimeo.com/user10053455/paralle... )

No recordings, audio samples, or videos are used.
All sounds and graphics are generated in the moment of performance.

Joshua Banks Mailman and Luke Thomas Taylor present an extended improvised performance of high-tech and low-fi pulsating spatialized noise. The event includes improvised live computer graphics, a colorful spectacle projected on a large screen, controlled by spontaneous body- and hand-movements of Mailman, through his FluxNoisations interactive-dance system. Through this system, Mailman simultaneously generates and steers a stream of percussive-noise sound. Interacting with this, Taylor performs on his own devised noise instrument: a circuit board he plays with wet hands. Through micro-fluctuations of the movement, pressure, and moisture of Taylor's hands, the circuit board displays its hidden potential—a sound world with chaotic connectivity of rich noises, clicks, and glissandos.

Joshua B. Mailman: FluxNoisations (sounds of wood, metal, water, sandpaper, sticks, etc. and live computer graphics controlled through infrared camera motion-capture and sensor gloves)

Luke T. Taylor: circuit-bend radio (dismantled analog radio played with wet hands)

FluxNoisations interactive system (sound and graphics):
Designed and programmed by Joshua B. Mailman

Sensor gloves: Designed, programmed, and built by Sofia Paraskeva

Recorded at Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 30, 2013

Sound recording: Fernando Rincon Estrada
Video Documentation: Joel Hunt and Laura Emmery
Mixing and editing: Joshua B. Mailman

Other videos:
http://vimeo.com/fluxations/fnp
http://vimeo.com/user10053455/paralle...
http://vimeo.com/user10053455/montrea...
http://soundsrite.uws.edu.au/soundsRi...

Documentation:
http://www.leoalmanac.org/.../07/LEAV...
http://joshuabanksmailman.com/writing...

websites:
http://www.joshuabanksmailman.com
http://www.lukethomastaylor.com/

http://lukethomastaylor.bandcamp.com/
http://www.joshuabanksmailman.com/int...
http://www.joshuabanksmailman.com/int...

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