MATRIXSYNTH: Space-Time Distortion Near Track Number 8 (Experimental Music & Video)

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Space-Time Distortion Near Track Number 8 (Experimental Music & Video)


Published on Jun 19, 2017 Mark Mosher

"Story:
I discovered a space-time distortion while visiting Chicago. The location of the anomaly is at track 8 at Union Station. Here is the video (which gets more trippy as you go along) to prove it.

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Artist Notes:

This audio and video was captured in one real-time pass to a Zoom Q4N. The primary source video for 90% of the visuals is from the overhead view of the live studio session. The only other footage is a video field recording from Chicago's Union Station also recorded on the Zoom Q4N. The audio was not edited when I added video effects in post.

The audio field recording was extracted the Zoom Q4N video shot at Union Station. It's mangled pretty heavily in this piece put if you listen closely, you can hear an automated voice informing you that you are at track 8 and 10. Interestingly, the speakers at the station are not directional and the audio is at different loop lengths - so just wandering about between these gates is a trippy polyrhythmic treat.

Perhaps this will end up on Sonic Encounters Volume 02. Check out Sonic Encounters Volume 01 http://sonicencounters.com/

Instrumentation and Instrumentalities:

The piece is a combination of live sequencing and live performance. The Octatrack is used to host drum samples and recording. It is also used to MIDI sequence 3 synth slots on the Nord Lead 4 including MIDI automation. I perform live using all 4 slots on the Nord plus manipulate the Octatrack in real-time. Lots of real-time sound design and morphing. All the groovy synth sounds are exclusive to Nord Lead 4 all being created in real-time (meaning no synth audio was pre-recorded)."

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