Monday, 26 July 2010

Day 4 - Playing Reaktor live

After the morning session hacking the Stylophone, we worked with Jason Singh exploring various software programmes that turn pattern into sound. If you've been following the project you'll know that one programme we've been working with is Reaktor, developed by Native Instruments.

Here's a snippet of the workshop where we start using the software to draw and play live, rather than just creating an image then storing that sound to use as a sample in future compositions.


Ester Kiely said...

This looks and sounds like fun! Thanks again David and Yusra for a really enjoyable workshop at Belfast's Golden Thread Gallery. I've been telling everyone about it and added a little piece about it to my blog and to my Patchwork Group's blog to spread the love for Sampler Culture Clash. Keep doing what you do, it's coool!

David Littler said...

Hi Ester. It was lovely to meet you too last week, and thank you so much for such positive feedback and spreading the word. Yusra and I had a very moving, inspiring and fun time, with a great group of people.
I hope we get to meet up and work together again soon. xx