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BHarrington



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:24 pm    Post subject: K-Devices / Moovmi
Subject description: Received a Nice Shout Out From K-Devices
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I received a very nice shout out from K-Devices today. I have no idea how they tracked me down - although, about eleven months ago, I appeared on Alan Nakagawa WEBcast - Ear Meal. For that performance, I used a MAX for Live program called Moovmi. Moovmi takes images from a video camera, or video playback and reduces it to just a few pixels. I set it up for 16 pixels in a 4X4 grid. These pixels were overlaid over the grid of the sampler in Ableton Live. Changes in brightness, color, contrast etc trigger the samples as well as affecting volume, pitch and more.

Moovmi is a free vst distributed by K-Devices. Maybe they saw the WEBcast - I don't know. Anyway Moovmi is a really cool program with lots of potential for use in creating scores as well as scoring for dance, etc. Check out the short piece they did on me here:

http://k-devices.com/2012/07/k-users-william-harrington-and-moovmi/

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