Downloads

Software for selected pieces. Performance patches in max are available to those who contact the composer. requires max v6.0 or higher and additional libraries (as listed in download “readme” files). Screenshots of these performance patches are provided below.
Some sub-patches (Max or Max for Live) are available for immediate download below.

We’ll Be Listening To You (2013)

FOR 14 PLAYERS + LIVE, INTERACTIVE ELECTRONICS

Performance software available on request. (drop me a line…)

WBLTY-mainpatch-screenshot

“We’ll Be Listening To You” parent patch

WBLTY-ein.listening.drawbars

‘Resonant Drawbars’ interface

 

We’ll Be Listening To You (2012) includes an electronics part built on resonant model synthesizers. These synths sculpt and reshape the timbres of crickets and a variety of other sound sources, based on previous audio analysis. The computer assistant has the ability to interact visually with the spectrum in a “drawbars” UI for continual reshaping of the sound. The part also includes modules that analyze a sound and convert its frequency components into tempo ratios. This results in the pulsing of crickets according to a complex array of polyrhythms.

Audiendum Extimate (“I hear it now more and more distinctly…”) (2013)

FOR STRING ORCHESTRA + LIVE ELECTRONICS

Performance software available on request. (drop me a line…)

"Audiendum Extimate" parent patcher.

“Audiendum Extimate” parent patcher.

The patches for Audiendum Extimate are also built on resonant synthesis of crickets in addition to separate synthesizers for other timbres, including those of deep sea sonar simulations. Like We’ll Be Listening To You, this piece includes a “drawbars” interface.

example in Max For Live (click for download):

ein.SonarPings is a simple Max For Live polysynth that combines a resonant lowpass filter, reverb, and amplitude modulation to simulate deep sea sonar. A version of this is used in the Max patch for "Audiendum Extimate."

ein.SonarPings is a simple Max For Live polysynth that combines a resonant lowpass filter, reverb, and amplitude modulation to simulate deep sea sonar. A version of this is used in the Max patch for “Audiendum Extimate.”

Grand Sepia Taksim (2013)

FOR BELLY DANCER + LIVE, INTERACTIVE ELECTRONICS (ARDUINO-BASED SENSORS + MAXMSP)

Performance software available on request. (drop me a line…)

SepiaTaksim_parent

“Grand Sepia Taksim” parent patcher. Requires specialized Arduino sensor array to run. Contact the composer for more information.

初生態 Chu Sheng Tai (“Nascent States”) (2012)

FOR E-FLAT SOPRANINO SAXOPHONE WITH LIVE ELECTRONICS IN MAXMSP

Performance software available on request. (drop me a line…)

nascent_parentpatcher

“Nascent States” parent patcher.

example in Max (click for download):

Contains an implementation of ein.ChineseScales, which retunes its input based on precise tuning ratios of the Chinese pentatonic scales in a simple UI.

Contains an implementation of ein.ChineseScales, which retunes its input based on precise tuning ratios of the Chinese pentatonic scales in a simple UI.

多寶格方匣 Duo Bao Ge Fang Xia (“Curio Box”) (2012)

FOR SOUTH INDIAN KANJIRA SOLO WITH LIVE ANALYSIS/RESYNTHESIS IN MAXMSP

Performance software available on request (drop me a line…)

Below are some modules that run inside Curio Box. These are not Max For Live devices.

examples in Max (click for download):

ein.Combinament takes a live spectral snapshot of incoming audio and then turns it into a glassy "tambura," using four comb filters to continually brush over partials. Requires CNMAT sinusoids~.

ein.Combinament takes a live spectral snapshot of incoming audio and then turns it into a glassy “tambura,” using four comb filters to continually brush over partials. Requires CNMAT sinusoids~.

ein.kanalyzer allows for spectrum-specific amplitude tracking. It visually monitors the bark bands of an incoming audio signal (i.e. the live kanjira), outputting bangs for each band. Requires FTM and analyzer~.

ein.kanalyzer allows for spectrum-specific amplitude tracking. It visually monitors the bark bands of an incoming audio signal (i.e. the live kanjira), outputting bangs for each band. Requires FTM and analyzer~.

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