Yesterday our interactive radioplay „OMYK – A SPACE ODYSSEY“ has been awarded in the cathegory „Acoustic Stories“ at Sound Cinema Düsseldorf. We created it using Mazetools Soniface and Kinect motion tracking. Thank you for this awesome award and this wonderful evening!
After 5 years we came back to the Ircam institute and had the plesure to talk about our latest motion tracking developments in Soniface. We had the pleasure to meet the head of Gestruments Jesper Nordin as well as David Glück with his experimental 20 cubes project.
Together with >Bühnen Halle<, GSM Heinrich Heine school and app2music, Jakob Gruhl helped to realize an authentic picture of contemporary youth culture with all its craziness 😉 https://buehnen-halle.de/ausser_einhorn
In the latest issue of the portrait series, author Stefan Göbel introduces Jakob Gruhl of Ectoplastic and his „sorbian rap“ project.
Another way of reflective and cheerful time before Christmas – that was fun! Thanks also to the gaggalacka crew!
Presentation of the motion tracking features of the upcoming version Mazetools Soniface 2.x update. Stephan Kloss did show some basics, how to connect parameters of music and sound to body movements.
For „The Sound of Light“, a benefit concert at St. Peters cathedral, Bautzen (Germany), Michael Vetter (Organ), Robert Simmchen (Saxophone) Jakob Gruhl (Visuals/ Soundscapes) had a great opportunity to build up an unique ambience at this special place.
We had the pleasure to play in our hometown Halle/ Saale (Germany) a really nice concert at the TGZ. Just for the record 🙂
In cooperation with the radio Berlin Brandenburg RBB Jakob Gruhl produced a new version of her poem „Erfurtske spomnjesy“ of Mina Witkojc, which is about her experiences during Worldwar II. Thanks to Stephan (Soniface), Jonathan (Oud) and Hans (Drums).
Our friends of Wisp Kollektiv invited us to their incredible 3D sound studio in Leipzig to play an audiovisual performance. We were able to map the native 7.1 surround sound of Mazetools Soniface to 24 speakers, what was a fantastic experience. Many thanks also to Jonathan for playing the Oud, what a trip!