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Re: puters in real time

Hmmmm, sounds like they could have used Opcode Max to me....

I saw a pretty interesting show in SF last month, in a 
loft space south of market the saturday the AES show 
opened. Live music and video synched together, both 
generated from some very complex Max 
patches on separate computers.  Too bad I couldn't 
stay late enough to hear the oberheim expander quartet :)


Lorenz Haeusle wrote:
> yeah, would be great if you could get their e-mail address
> lorenz
> lorenz@ganymed.org
> At 11:10 29.10.98 EST, you wrote:
> >about a week ago, i went and saw ed chang "spin 17" at a show here in
> >pittsburgh, wonderfully wild and wacky, great on the edge of your seat 
> >and i might add, ed is a really nice fellow......the last group on the 
> >was a pittsburgh based band, "organization re information", now on tour 
> >"man or astro-man".....they "ori" used nothing but power macs. refering 
> >to some older posts, it was really neat to see two guys and a gal 
> >there playing computer keyboards....there was a good deal of looping 
>going on
> >and the sounds (samples) were great, all of this done in real 
> >were using their own soft-ware, ive no idea as to what it was because i 
> >totally computer ill-literate. even though their music sounded like a
> group of
> >people playing synths sans keyboards it was a treat....with all this 
> >about computer based loopers, if anyone would be interested in getting 
> >touch with these folks i will try to find their e-mail address, they 
>may be
> >able share some ideas as to what they are using, let me
> know...........michael
> >
> >
> >