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“The release flows from two years out On the Corner and features the innovative and inspiring collaborators that have run with the label’s energy on this amble. The A side – ‘South of the River’ is a collection of diverse versions of tracks from Collocutor’s acclaimed debut ‘Instead’ and the flip journeys with experimental, international electronics and cosmic vibes.”

On the Corner Vs – OtCR12002

 

Rebecca 0’Brien and myself will be performing and updated version of our Chat Room dance piece at EXHIBI[4]TIONS @ Rich Mix, Bethnal Green this Sunday (29th Nov).

Chat Room is a live improvised dance and audio performance made by manipulating recorded and live audio streams sourced from internet sex chat rooms and performed live back into one. More info HERE.

EXHIBI[4]TIONS is a platform for new and experimental work in progress offering emerging artists a space in which to show and test their ideas in development. At the same time it offers audiences the opportunity to see these ideas in their most, raw, risky and exciting form. More info HERE.

Here is some dodgy mobile phone footage from the last performance at XOYO –

 

Live recording of the soundtrack from the fulldome AV show Fragments, a collaboration with Will Young and Ben Gannaway of RFID. Premiered at the iX Symposium of Immersive Arts, Satosphere, SAT, Montreal, Canada. 23/05/14. Further shows at the same venue throughout EM15 Festival (Elektra + Mutek). 28/05/14 – 01/06/14. Also performed at the Fulldome UK Festival, National Space Center, Leicester 08/11/14.

1st Order Ambisonics converted to binaural using the Ambi-X decoder (5.1 preset). Listen on headphones!

More info: www.jakeone.co.uk/fragments/

Read a review of the show on the Creator’s Project here : thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/lose-y…performance

 

I’ve made a couple of tutorials for Music Tech magazine on IRCAM suite of plug-ins for Max for Live.  Here’s the first on the IM-FX Sequencer plugin.

These plugins utilise a year’s worth of research conducted at the IRCAM Institute in France, one of the world’s largest public research centers dedicated to both musical expression and scientific research.