Sampled Music by Wouter Hisschemöller Over the last year I’ve made a lot of new music and now put it online on Bandcamp and Soundcloud. It’s an album made up entirely of sounds that I sampled from records which I bought between the late 1990s and the early 2010s. Each track consists of eight samples… Read more »
Recently I’ve been mainly making videos. Short repeating loops of music synchronised with rhythmic video animations. They are fragments of video that I filmed in Amsterdam and other places that are projected on 3D shapes. Now that I’ve finished several of these videos I added them to a new video page on the site.
The new Drawings page shows drawings of Amsterdam and other places that I made over the years. All locations where images were made are visible on the map at the top of the page. A green marker indicates a single drawing, click it to see a small version. Blue markers indicate multiple images close together,… Read more »
Music Pattern Generator is updated to version 2.2 with the new Snaphots functionality. Snapshots store the current state of all processors running in the app. A snapshot can be instantly recalled, making it possible to quickly change many settings in one go.
Music Pattern Generator is an ongoing project of mine. A web app that creates musical rhythm patterns in MIDI. I finished a new update that introduces snapshots. Snapshots let you store and instantly recall the settings of many rhythm settings at once, which is helpful when switching between sections in a musical piece. Read the… Read more »
In collaboration with music technology company Kodaly I started investigating possible web apps for their Kibo MIDI controller. Kibo Keyboard is a first experiment where I connect a web app running in the Chrome browser to the the Kibo controller via Bluetooth LE, using the MIDI over Bluetooth protocol to send data from the Kibo… Read more »
Earlier this year Italian company Kodaly proposed a collaboration. They created the Kibo MIDI controller instrument and I enjoy making web apps for musical use. Together we will explore how the Kibo instrument and online apps can be integrated. As a first experiment I made the Kibo Keyboard app.
A project to combine software development and painting. For this project I filmed the Leidseplein in Amsterdam and then projected the recordings on animated 3D shapes. The resulting recreation of the square (the video above) led to two paintings. The software that I use to mix video and 3D shapes is an ongoing project, that… Read more »