Brian Alexander : Object Sequencer
Object Sequencer [ ★ ★ ]
The Object Sequencer rotates "notes" or objects in the air in a circular pattern interacting with sensors to create electro-acoustic sequences.
None The Object Sequencer rotates "notes" or objects in the air in a circular pattern interacting with sensors to create electro-acoustic sequences. The RPM/BPM can be driven by light, sound or waveforms via synthesizers. It can feedback on itself or generate signals from a fixed speed.
Awards
★ Kitty Yeung
★ Dan Wempa : Honorable Mention
Frequently Asked Questions
What inspired you to do this?
Throwing things in the air and hearing all the amazing range of auditory effects as they move through space and then - wanting it to be a continues experience despite gravity.
How long did it take to make it?
About a month and a half.
How long have you been doing things like this?
since childhood
How much did this cost to do?
The major components are around 250.00 not including the vibe keys used in the video. I keep trying new objects which is the point so it has no cost ceiling.
Have you done other things like this?
yes indeed.
What did you wish you knew before you started this?
not much, its just an ongoing experiment . . like life.
Are there plans available to make this? Do you sell this?
not at this time.
What’s next?
bigger objects, more sensors.
Brian Alexander : Artist
The maker Brian Alexander
West Michigan
My pursuit is to loosely outline perceived phenomena, to develop the tools and conditions for emergent expression, and to allow that expression to grow unencumbered to a point of perceived resolution or shared understanding.
Connect with Brian Alexander
How I can help you:
Process, materials applications, conceptual premise, ergonomics, problem solving, general product development.
How you can help me:
Im open to chatting on anything !
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on Bandcamp
https://tracebloom.bandcamp.com