I am the artist in residence at the Guesthouse in Cork, Ireland for the month of January. While I am here I’m focussing on researching and building of new instruments to use with BodyVice. A project I’m collaborating on with Natalie Sharp and Tida Bradshaw. During my first week I […]Read More
DIY Instrument Building and Hacking workshop
I’ve had a super weekend in Athens working as a mentor for the DIY Instrument making and hacking workshop alongside Tina Dolinšek, John Richards, Max Wainwright, Enrico Bertelli and Alexandros Drymonitis at Onassis Stegi as part of the Interfaces Network. With over 30 participants, each mentor gave a short workshop introducing […]Read More
Norberg Festival: What do Swedish ghosts sound like?
I’m at Norberg festival to run a workshop building ghost detectors! We’ll be finding ghosts around the site once we’ve built them!Read More
I thought I’d revisit the dubsiren, which was one of the first instruments I sold at Elevator Sounds in Bristol. I tweaked the old schematic I was using and this is what I have decided on – it’s just a simple dub siren with a square or triangle wave output; […]Read More
Liverpool Maker Faire
I’ll be at the Liverpool Maker Faire next weekend with a stall of goodies to play with as well as noisy bstrds and other items for sale. Say hello, make noise, touch stuff https://lpoolmakefest.org/makers-2018/Read More
Noisy Bstrd for Modular Coming Soon!
I’m working with Instruo to release a version of the noisy bstrd for eurorack! Thing are underway and it should be available soon!Read More
Chemtrail Party Mix
For the Chemtrail Party Mix in Liverpool, I’ve been experimenting with the bare conductive touch board to create audible chemtrails. The touchboard is fun and quite easy to use, built on an arduino with extra features. I used the onboard midi to create two proximity sensors.Read More
MIR Brazil Blog
I’ve recently been in Rio de Janeiro at the moment doing a musician in residence with Novas Frequencias Festival, the British Council and PRS. making new work and instruments during the residency and keeping a blog of research and experiments. >> read it hereRead More