Raveshift

The voice of the machine / How our devices party when we’re away: Listen to the wide variety of timbres, rhythm, and textures that come out of a simple feedback loop and ONLY a 1 second delay—no other processing besides acoustic effects of the room and moving bodies around the speakers.

Developed while in residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, at I-Park, and at the Atlantic Center for the Arts again. Premiered in four channels at the Sound and Music Computing conference (SMC) in Greater Helsinki, Finland.

Here’s a demo of the four-channel version:

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Tell the Story

“Tell the Story” is a study on the misreadings arising from translating among casual speech, print, and digital media, and the not-so-transparent influence of digital media formats.

Premiered at the Electronic Literature Organization conference (in conjunction with DHSI and INKE, so a really big crowd!) created with Elisabeth Blair.

It’s the first featured piece representing the exhibition on Narrabase http://www.narrabase.net/elo2016.html

More info at http://elo2016.com/festival/jeff-morris-elisabeth-blair/

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CQD for Feedback Mixer and Live Sampling

Audio only:

 

Or with video, using the new live video engine I created for Shankcraft with Joe Hertenstein:

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