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In a message dated 11/21/98 2:40:59 AM, email@example.com
I think we have a good number of marvelous systems involving
movement-to-sound or stage lights, but our use of these expensive beamers we
are always renting is still rather under-developed.
What would help is some good software simply to convert sounds to pictures.
I know there is a lot out there, but that is the problem, where to start?
How to sift through the disco-crass and find something artistic.
Our live music includes a singer (Laurie Amat) and a cellist (Erich Kory).
Either or both could be sources for visual activity.
In one piece, "Laurie tells a story", I could invision a kind of visual
"history" of what she has said. A kind of abstract transcription left
behind on the screen as she tells her story. (her voice is vocoded at
times, and at times she sings a line or two).
Are you familiar with some possiblities? I sure would appreciate some
pointers in this.