Category Archives: Alternative Inputs

ENAS 344/MUSI 371: Musical Acoustics and Instrument Design

This semester, I was a CEID assistant to a new class taught by Dr. Lawrence Wilen, my co-advisor for my senior thesis in Applied Physics and Prof. Konrad Kaczmarek, who I previously co-published a paper with. The class combines acoustics

ENAS 344/MUSI 371: Musical Acoustics and Instrument Design

This semester, I was a CEID assistant to a new class taught by Dr. Lawrence Wilen, my co-advisor for my senior thesis in Applied Physics and Prof. Konrad Kaczmarek, who I previously co-published a paper with. The class combines acoustics

Summer Beats Jam 2014

Just having some fun using the MIDI Fighter! EVERYTHING IS 100% LIVE! Uses a variety of DJ TechTools soundpacks, Kill the Robot soundpack and my own beats/samples.

Summer Beats Jam 2014

Just having some fun using the MIDI Fighter! EVERYTHING IS 100% LIVE! Uses a variety of DJ TechTools soundpacks, Kill the Robot soundpack and my own beats/samples.

SonicSwipe

SonicSwipe is a music-motion game designed for the Leap Motion. It was designed and coded by Alissa Anh Chu and myself as a final project for the class CPSC 112: Introduction to Programming with Prof. Richard Yang. The game features

SonicSwipe

SonicSwipe is a music-motion game designed for the Leap Motion. It was designed and coded by Alissa Anh Chu and myself as a final project for the class CPSC 112: Introduction to Programming with Prof. Richard Yang. The game features

Of Sushi, Cardboard and Beats

I had the chance to perform at the inaugural Asian American Reunion at Yale University this weekend. The performance features some of the projects I’ve been working with this semester. The first demo uses sushi and MIT Media Lab’s Makey

Of Sushi, Cardboard and Beats

I had the chance to perform at the inaugural Asian American Reunion at Yale University this weekend. The performance features some of the projects I’ve been working with this semester. The first demo uses sushi and MIT Media Lab’s Makey

Cardboard Speaker-Table MkII

Zach and I finished a second iteration of the cardboard table-speakers! This time we outfitted the panels on the standing desk with a total of 4 transducers and one “subwoofer” transducer. The amplifier was also connected to a bluetooth receiver,

Cardboard Speaker-Table MkII

Zach and I finished a second iteration of the cardboard table-speakers! This time we outfitted the panels on the standing desk with a total of 4 transducers and one “subwoofer” transducer. The amplifier was also connected to a bluetooth receiver,

In Circles Premiere

One of my new compositions for solo cello, Leap Motion and hemispherical speaker was recently premiered at the Yale University Art Gallery as part of the IGIGI Gallery + Music concert series. The concert took place in the Ancient Art

In Circles Premiere

One of my new compositions for solo cello, Leap Motion and hemispherical speaker was recently premiered at the Yale University Art Gallery as part of the IGIGI Gallery + Music concert series. The concert took place in the Ancient Art

Spatial mixing of effects

I got to perform a piece with the new group at Yale called [A]2 (pronounced “A squared”) during their debut last December. The group explores creative possibilities of the human voice using live effects and processing through Ableton Live. Although the

Spatial mixing of effects

I got to perform a piece with the new group at Yale called [A]2 (pronounced “A squared”) during their debut last December. The group explores creative possibilities of the human voice using live effects and processing through Ableton Live. Although the