Neptune’s Fields: Wax

Recorded back in 1991-ish on my Fostex 1/4″ reel — the drums, mic’d with plastic Radioshack mics, and bounced down to stereo (while in the room with the drums), stereo bounce down of some bass/guitar combo, single harmoica track, 2 single guitar noodlings, and the main vox by Tom was recorded tiny and thin.. so…

Papervision 3d in Flex

Have to say it’s quite fun — sort of reminds me of the old Director3d — or at the least the stuff that Barry Swan was coding as billboards before Director added true 3d support. I’m writing a class for it for a sort of flipping card interface; I’ve seen this done before in Flash…

How I Love You Flex

I’m working on a Flex front end talking to a Crestron backend – and one of the things we’re doing is creating templates of different devices, one being a family of Crown amplifiers, each of which might have 2, 4 or 8 channels of audio to display. Each channel starts out with a Crestron join, but the next channel up it’s join begins at 21+ from the previous channel’s (if you know Crestron you’ll know what I mean).

Scratching Augmented Reality

I caught this post over on Peter Kirn’s Create Digital Music that shows another example of Augmented Reality being used in an extremely cool way.  Todd Vanderlin updates us on his little virtual dj projects and demonstrates how he’s using augmented reality for his scratching.  Now the only scratching I know would usually entail some…