An augmented reality orchestra plays the famous "Mission: Impossible" theme by Lalo Schifrin. With your smartphone as a magic magnifying glass, you can get very close to the instruments. Experience the orchestra as a whole or listen to the individual instruments, just as you like. My "Mission: Impossible OrchestrAR" app allows you to experience music in a new way.
A flashy bird of paradise in an industrial loft or a rock fan with a Boho apartment? In the app "Unite in Taste" you can create your own digital self. Your appearance, clothing, apartment or favorite tunes – create your own avatar and design a home that suits your own personal tastes. Together with Michael Hartung and Jörg Hüttner I created sound design and music for this fun game and implemented them with FMOD.
Labyrinth deLux - A Crusoe Quest is a VR puzzle game in first person perspective, set in an alien space station. I created a musical sound design for the various game elements, which interact together to create a 3D soundscape through which you move (6 DoF).
"In 1961, Adolf Eichmann, the planner and organizer of the Holocaust, was sentenced to death by hanging in Jerusalem. In one of the most highly regarded trials of the post-war period, unbearable details about the National Socialist extermination machinery and its perpetrators come to light for the world public, because the defendant talks. Music and Sounddesign for the staging by Thomas Jonigk at the Schauspiel Köln.
The first performance of Pension Schöller took place in Berlin in 1890, was filmed several times and has since regularly caused tears in the theater, of course with laughter. Thomas Jonigk undertakes a fundamental reworking of the play and transports the supposedly harmless comedy into our Federal Republic reality, where the boundaries between delusion, grotesqueness, nightmare and political everyday life can often no longer be drawn. Staatstheater Kassel, premiere July 2, 2021
With the Sonic Presence SP15 microphone, high-quality sound recordings can be made without effort: you always have the microphone with you, you don't need a tripod, your smartphone serves as a recorder. It captures the sound impression at the position of the listener in a credible way. A review.
Most of my current blogging is happening here at the moment: https://MLure.art is a new central blog covering artistic research projects related to Machine Learning (= Artificial Intelligence) in theatre and music.
Already in 1990, musical experiments with analog neural networks have been made. David Tudor, a major figure in the New York experimental music scene, collaborated with Intel to build the very first analog neural synthesizer.