The first live performance version of Igniting the Universe at Vinyl Depford for the Electronic Music Netwerk festival. This was made possible through intricate Max coding, Midi Mapping, samples and VST integration. Check out the original pre-composed version here!
I've recently been learning how to Max in the world of Jitter and OpenGL. At the end of April 2017 we had the pleasure of debuting some experimental music which my interactive visuals dance to, monitored by myself.
I must thank Sam Tarakajian, Ned Rush, Federico Foderaro, and Andrew Benson for their infinite wisdom and willingness to share knowledge.
A fun project that got a lot of attention from the media across the world. Two fellow music students and I came up with an arrangement for Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee on 101 bottles. Preparing for this work was physically exhausting, hilarious and sobering. The video presently has over 3 million views on YouTube and counting!
This is a promotional video for the function band Red Effect, of which I was a member since its conception in 2009 until 2013. My responsibilities in the band involved performing on lead guitar, keyboards, vocals, designing sounds, designing operating MIDI setups, and transporting band members and equipment. The band rapidly became incredibly successful, and toured across Ireland for six years. In 2015, after the pleasures of working together and enjoying national success, the original members of Red Effect moved onto new and exciting career-developing projects.
Yet another classical music performance using the wonderfully percussive properties of glass bottles. This performance features the famous Hungarian folk piece Czardas, and is performed by three music students, including myself. Working together on this project was even more fun than our last endeavor!