MATRIXSYNTH: AUUG Motion Controller Synth for iPhone or iPod Touch on Kickstarter

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

AUUG Motion Controller Synth for iPhone or iPod Touch on Kickstarter


AUUG Motion Synth Kickstarter video from AUUG on Vimeo.

"Transform your iPhone or iPod touch into an intuitive and expressive motion-controlled musical instrument

Transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a new kind of musical instrument.

Lets you play notes and alter their sound through motion.

Can expressively control a vast array of sounds on your iPhone or iPod touch by ‘playing’ other audio apps.

Allows you to intuitively shape vocal harmonies and effects in real time by controlling harmonizer hardware devices or effect apps.

Can wirelessly control software on a laptop or desktop computer.

Can control non-wireless music hardware via MIDI cable.

Will allow you to design your own forms of motion-based sound control, and share them with others.

Is compatible with iPhone (4S and up) and iPod touch (5th generation and up)."

Video description:

"VISIT OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN: http://kck.st/1efP3Rf (ending Dec 19, 2013)

www.facebook.com/auug.motion.synth

VIDEO MUSICIANS AND CONTENT:

Introduction soundtrack: The second half of the video (2.12 to 4.17 mins) includes looped sections of ‘Silver Wheel’ (from the ‘Solar Driftwood’ album) by Australian band Cracked Actor www.crackedactor.com.au.

Samuel David Graeme [www.holyeucharistline.com]: (0.16 to 0.21 mins) ‘Animoog’ synth app running on same device.

Sonia Vaikyl: (0.22 to 0.33 mins) ‘Magellan Jnr’ synth app running on same device.

Video sample: The 'video scrub' demonstration (0.34 to 1.01 mins) by Joshua Young uses a 2 second clip of Evalena Marie [www.evalenamarie.com] from the independent feature film 'Visionary' [www.facebook.com/visionarymovie] directed by Ben Proulx.

Eesha Hunjon [www.youtube.com/channel/UCzatgvFHc7_coVeH2Tq1Klw]: (1.02 to 1.15 mins) ‘Audiobus’ app (hosting Harmony Voice and Garageband apps) running on same device, with mic input via iRig Pre.

Becki Whitton [www.facebook.com/aphirism]: (1.16 to 1.31 mins) ‘Audiobus’ app (hosting Magellan Jnr app) running on same device, with mic input via iRig Pre.

Adam Cook [www.adamjamescook.com]: (1.46 to 2.03 mins) Nord Stage 2 keyboard, with MIDI input via iRig MIDI.

Joshua Young [www.auug.com]: (0.00 to 0.15 mins) ‘Animoog’ synth app running on same device; (0.34 to 1.01 mins) AUUG ‘video scrub’ software running on laptop; (1.32 to 1.45 mins) Voice Live Touch 2, with MIDI input via iRig MIDI. The backing track (0.00 to 2.03 mins) each musician composed and performed their parts to and the motion-reactive visuals were also created by Joshua Young.

Process: The video musicians used the backing track as a basis to compose their own parts and performed them live during filming, while simultaneously controlling the motion-reactive visuals behind them (via Wi-Fi MIDI messages sent from the AUUG Motion Synth to laptop software and back-projected onto the screen behind them). Their estimated practice times can be found at www.auug.com/musician-composition-and-practice-time."

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