‘Atmospheric Railway’ covered by New Scientist and the Arts Desk

The recent installation piece by Di Mainstone and Adam Stark, making use of QM Live Music Lab technology, has received some media coverage.

A New Scientist post has covered the piece in some detail with descriptions of the inspiration, conception and technology behind the performance described by Di and Adam.¬†Arts review site The Arts Desk has also mentioned the piece, describing it as “curious, interactively noisy and compelling”.

In Testing!

We are currently very busy in the studio and our labs. We are testing our software for automatically triggering audio samples from drum hits, linking guitar chords to the colour tone of video and synchronising audio samples to live drummers (amongst other things). Once they are ready they will be available for download on this website, accompanied by explanations and video tutorials. The next couple of weeks will also see the first artists come in for sessions with us here at Queen Mary to try out our tools. Stay posted!