been playing with jitter lately for image creation and data manipulation… here is a starting point for something I am working on…
Still Life is the debut album by intermedia artist Tohm Judson.
In this album, I wanted to explore the subtlety of small changes, simple gestures, and still motion. As music is an art the must have time, I try to capture the traditional artistic concept of a still life… the beauty of a single moment.
frames is a brief train ride in Portugal, the music being framed between the stops. I have always felt that these short rides are personal moments of zen where you can let go of all thought.
mercury is the study of a single synth sound, inspired by both the liquid and the planet mercury.
concrete is an exploration of concrete and construction sounds using cellular data.
insert time here was written a few years back, and conceived on a train, waiting for sheep to pass… waiting for my next decision.
the street lamp was written in reaction to “Rhapsody on a Windy Night” by T.S. Eliot.
Finally, slip is a soundtrack to people watching on a busy street. Or maybe waiting in traffic. Or maybe on a busy beach. Or…
Please purchase at the link on the left, or you can go to iTunes or Amazon.com.
I hope you enjoy.
Tohm Judson – Music & Sound
Leo Morrissey- Visual Imagery
Here is a new piece I finished a few weeks ago and forgot to post on the blog.
Video created using Groboto
Audio creating using my generative tools for Max for Live
4 Pieces by Thomas Tucker and I, premiered in Charlotte a short time ago.
This is the first steps in what we hope to bring to the Allosphere sometime soon
I have started collecting articles in my JSTOR account that I have read, sited, and copied in the past from the various binders I have from my school years. It amazes me that I can now read, save, and recall all of these links online versus the several thousand pages I have just recycled. This first updated has a few from my qualifying exams (thank you Greg Marion) and others from various theory projects. All and all, pretty useful stuff that I thought I might share with you. Updates will keep coming later, but this is a good start I think.
You can view it here. Enjoy.