Just a quick update with a new piece, Web, an acousmatic Ambisonic piece. Here’s the link to the binaural version. Enjoy.… Read More

I lied – here’s one last (and I swear, it’s REALLY the last) piece from this summer. Blue Echoes, Reflected for Mandolin and Computer. The score and MaxMSP files are here (requires SPAT5 from IRCAM), with various stereo (45°, 67.5°, and 90° placements), quadrophonic, and octophonic versions in the zip file. A binaural recording can… Read More

One final piece to upload before the start of the semester, and the inevitable dry spell as most of my time will be devoted to teaching/grading for six courses at the university. So here’s a project I’ve been working on for a while now, Wendigo Étude, an Ambisonic acousmatic work that focuses exclusively on narrative… Read More

I’ve been doing a lot of work with Ambisonic audio in the last year. While I love the addition of a height component to surround sound work, it’s really the fact that it can be decoded to other formats without any data loss that’s really the attraction. Need an octophonic version? Sure! Stereo? You got… Read More

Well, now that post-COVID performances are starting to occur, I’m happy to say that I have a TON OF THEM COMING UP! Check the Performances page for more. Also of note. I’ve been revamping my mostly-for-teaching YouTube channel to now have a dedicated playlist of Performances and Tech Demos. Enjoy!… Read More

Miasmatic Patterns was written at the request of Jon Fielder for his modular synthesizer remix project. Fortunately, this corresponded perfectly with my university’s break, giving me a chance to actually compose a piece mid-semester; a very rare occurrence, and one that I was determined to jump at given that the last 12 months have been… Read More

Added some new MaxMSP toys the SenselScrubber and That Sounds Familiar. Both require a Sensel Morph, and That Sounds Familiar also requires the Bach and Dada packages for MaxMSP. Videos below!… Read More

In the spirit of the holiday season, I’m dropping a surprise new album: Synthesizer and Computer Works Enjoy!… Read More

This is a really late post. I actually completed the code is September, but have been slightly overwhelmed with work, teaching, performing, and haven’t posted it yet. So here it goes… After digging deep into how MaxMSP handles NRPN’s, I’ve created a set of patches that use NRPN messages, and collections of tunnings from Sevish’s… Read More

Recently I’ve been playing around with different ideas for instruments in MaxMSP. I rewrote my GrainSieve patch as a Max4Live instrument for a performance, sketched out a bunch of stuff in my notebook that will probably never see the light of day, and created what I’m calling the Scanline Synth. Simply put: it converts images… Read More