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[Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Hi all,

I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.

Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)

It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  

Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ

I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Thanks,
Dave
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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

csounder
It's going to be awesome, Dave! I wish I were going to see/hear you, but didn't submit this year. I only have one piece that doesn't use csound, Windhorse for flute and live electronics. I mention this because it doesn't use Max—it's a SuperCollider piece. 

best, 
~Linda

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 10:08 AM Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.

Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)

It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  

Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ

I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Thanks,
Dave
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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Hi Linda! Yes, you are definitely a wonderful exception to that sweeping generalization. It's too bad you won't be there this year, but I look forward to the next time we are able to meet up!

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 12:15 PM Linda Antas <[hidden email]> wrote:
It's going to be awesome, Dave! I wish I were going to see/hear you, but didn't submit this year. I only have one piece that doesn't use csound, Windhorse for flute and live electronics. I mention this because it doesn't use Max—it's a SuperCollider piece. 

best, 
~Linda

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 10:08 AM Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.

Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)

It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  

Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ

I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Thanks,
Dave
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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

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Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Thanks, Tarmo! Yes, I have been following CsoundRemote with interest and intend to try it one of these days. I've been happy with OSC in large part because it allows me to build UIs with Lemur, which is very powerful.

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:07 PM Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

akjmicro
Dave,

Sounds really cool!

How are you optimising for the RPi, which isn't much of a RT-capable platform, IM, cool as it is?

-AKJ


On Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 12:30 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks, Tarmo! Yes, I have been following CsoundRemote with interest and intend to try it one of these days. I've been happy with OSC in large part because it allows me to build UIs with Lemur, which is very powerful.

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:07 PM Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


--

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https://soundcloud.com/mysterybear

https://mysterybear.bandcamp.com

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo0--3uN5ycq_aupZXskBgA


http://recordings.irritablehedgehog.com/album/dave-seidel-60-hz

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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Hi Aaron,

I am actually using Csound almost exclusively on RPi in realtime contexts these days, both for generative pieces and for pieces that respond external input, including streams of OSC data. I'm using an RPi 3 with the Pisound sound board, and am very happy with the combination. You can see the source code for the Implication Organ here: https://github.com/DaveSeidel/music-src/tree/master/implication-organ. In  this case, it uses OSC for control and a MIDI keyboard for notes. Here's another piece I do on the RPi, which is an unattended generative piece I've used for an installation (as well as a BC release). I have anther one (not yet published) for a theater piece that gets a constant incoming stream of OSC data and sonifies it. This one took a bit more tweaking to get it working well. 

- Dave

On Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 6:27 PM Aaron Krister Johnson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dave,

Sounds really cool!

How are you optimising for the RPi, which isn't much of a RT-capable platform, IM, cool as it is?

-AKJ


On Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 12:30 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks, Tarmo! Yes, I have been following CsoundRemote with interest and intend to try it one of these days. I've been happy with OSC in large part because it allows me to build UIs with Lemur, which is very powerful.

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:07 PM Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


--

http://mysterybear.net

https://soundcloud.com/mysterybear

https://mysterybear.bandcamp.com

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo0--3uN5ycq_aupZXskBgA


http://recordings.irritablehedgehog.com/album/dave-seidel-60-hz

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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

akjmicro
I have the Pisound board, too! I like it,got it last year, and have yet to do more with it. I ended up getting a bit frustrated that such a nice board was paired with the RPi, which I felt, b/c of its low power requirements, had mediocre processing speed benchmarks. It didn't take much to make xruns.

When you say 'realtime Csound', do you mean another optimized branch, or just using standard Csound with '-odac'?

I will check out your source for interesting details like you buffer sizes, etc.

Cheers,

AKJ


On Fri, Feb 8, 2019, 07:33 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Aaron,

I am actually using Csound almost exclusively on RPi in realtime contexts these days, both for generative pieces and for pieces that respond external input, including streams of OSC data. I'm using an RPi 3 with the Pisound sound board, and am very happy with the combination. You can see the source code for the Implication Organ here: https://github.com/DaveSeidel/music-src/tree/master/implication-organ. In  this case, it uses OSC for control and a MIDI keyboard for notes. Here's another piece I do on the RPi, which is an unattended generative piece I've used for an installation (as well as a BC release). I have anther one (not yet published) for a theater piece that gets a constant incoming stream of OSC data and sonifies it. This one took a bit more tweaking to get it working well. 

- Dave

On Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 6:27 PM Aaron Krister Johnson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dave,

Sounds really cool!

How are you optimising for the RPi, which isn't much of a RT-capable platform, IM, cool as it is?

-AKJ


On Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 12:30 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks, Tarmo! Yes, I have been following CsoundRemote with interest and intend to try it one of these days. I've been happy with OSC in large part because it allows me to build UIs with Lemur, which is very powerful.

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:07 PM Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


--

http://mysterybear.net

https://soundcloud.com/mysterybear

https://mysterybear.bandcamp.com

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo0--3uN5ycq_aupZXskBgA


http://recordings.irritablehedgehog.com/album/dave-seidel-60-hz

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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Just standard Csound, which I build myself from source without any modifications.

On Fri, Feb 8, 2019 at 8:42 AM Aaron Krister Johnson <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have the Pisound board, too! I like it,got it last year, and have yet to do more with it. I ended up getting a bit frustrated that such a nice board was paired with the RPi, which I felt, b/c of its low power requirements, had mediocre processing speed benchmarks. It didn't take much to make xruns.

When you say 'realtime Csound', do you mean another optimized branch, or just using standard Csound with '-odac'?

I will check out your source for interesting details like you buffer sizes, etc.

Cheers,

AKJ


On Fri, Feb 8, 2019, 07:33 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Aaron,

I am actually using Csound almost exclusively on RPi in realtime contexts these days, both for generative pieces and for pieces that respond external input, including streams of OSC data. I'm using an RPi 3 with the Pisound sound board, and am very happy with the combination. You can see the source code for the Implication Organ here: https://github.com/DaveSeidel/music-src/tree/master/implication-organ. In  this case, it uses OSC for control and a MIDI keyboard for notes. Here's another piece I do on the RPi, which is an unattended generative piece I've used for an installation (as well as a BC release). I have anther one (not yet published) for a theater piece that gets a constant incoming stream of OSC data and sonifies it. This one took a bit more tweaking to get it working well. 

- Dave

On Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 6:27 PM Aaron Krister Johnson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dave,

Sounds really cool!

How are you optimising for the RPi, which isn't much of a RT-capable platform, IM, cool as it is?

-AKJ


On Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 12:30 Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks, Tarmo! Yes, I have been following CsoundRemote with interest and intend to try it one of these days. I've been happy with OSC in large part because it allows me to build UIs with Lemur, which is very powerful.

- Dave

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 1:07 PM Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Listening right now to the "early" version - really beautiful sound and I enjoy the scale!

Must study your implcation organ closer... Thanks also for the posts introducing it in the past!

 

tarmo

 

PS for control from tablet to RPi - CsoundRemote can turn useful for you in future.

 

On laupäev, 2. veebruar 2019 19:07.40 EET you wrote:

Hi all,


I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.


Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)


It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  


Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ


I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Info on SEAMUS 2019:
https://seamusonline.org/seamus-2019-national-conference/

https://www.berklee.edu/seamus


Thanks,

Dave


--

http://mysterybear.net

https://soundcloud.com/mysterybear

https://mysterybear.bandcamp.com

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo0--3uN5ycq_aupZXskBgA


http://recordings.irritablehedgehog.com/album/dave-seidel-60-hz

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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Doctor B
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Dave,

I will be there on Friday and Saturday!

I am very much looking forward to hearing you perform your piece live.  The version you shared online is beautiful.  Can't wait to know more about it and the entire system.

See and hear you soon.

-dB

Dr. Richard Boulanger
Professor
Electronic Production and Design
Berklee College of Music

On Feb 2, 2019, at 12:07 PM, Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.

Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)

It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  

Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ

I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Thanks,
Dave
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Re: [Csnd] Csound at SEAMUS 2019

Dave Seidel
Looking forward to seeing you there!

On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 11:45 PM Dr. Richard Boulanger <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dave,

I will be there on Friday and Saturday!

I am very much looking forward to hearing you perform your piece live.  The version you shared online is beautiful.  Can't wait to know more about it and the entire system.

See and hear you soon.

-dB

Dr. Richard Boulanger
Professor
Electronic Production and Design
Berklee College of Music

On Feb 2, 2019, at 12:07 PM, Dave Seidel <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

I will be performing at SEAMUS 2019 at Berklee in Boston on March 21-23. This is a piece for my Implication Organ system, the core which is realtime Csound running on a Raspberry Pi 3, with a MIDI keyboard and an OSC interface running on a tablet. The Pi output is further processed through a bunch of pedals. It will be my second time at SEAMUS -- the first time I presented a fixed media piece made entirely in Csound, but this will be my first live performance for this conference. I'll be playing in the session on Saturday at 2:30pm.

Hoping to see Dr. B there! :-)

It's possible that this will be the only Csound-based piece at the conference, or at least one of the very few in a landscape that tends to be dominated by Max/MSP. I hope not, but that was my experience at SEAMUS 2017. Is anyone else on this list participating?  

Here is an early version of the piece:
https://youtu.be/P3s5Yut8gvQ

I am still tweaking the sounds, primarily on the effects side of things, but the composition will essentially be what's in the video.


Thanks,
Dave
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