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AVZones (AudioVisual Zones) is an iPad app for audiovisual performance, composed of an audio sequencer/looper with a visualizer. By default, 3 audiovisual columns or “zones” allow for the manipulation of 3 audio loops. Each zone had 3 XY pads for audio manipulation: pitch shift, delay and filter. There are 9 sounds available per zone. The application is scalable: the number of zones, XY pads and sounds can be modified in the code. In a performance, only the iPad is used for audiovisuals: the visuals from the iPad are projected behind the performer, and the sound comes from the iPad as well. AVZones is open source and work in progress, built with openFrameworks and Maximilian, and part of the Enabling AVUIs research project. The project is supported by a Marie Curie EU fellowship, and hosted by Goldsmiths, University of London, EAVI group.
The app will be submitted to the App Store within a few months. Meanwhile, the code is available on GitHub, and the app can be sideloaded manually on an iPad using Xcode 7 (sideload instructions here).
Code: >>> github.com/AVUIs/AVZones-beta
Performance bookings: nunocorreia.com/contact
Past AVZones performances:
- MonoShop opening, Berlin (May 2015);
- EAVI XIII, Amersham Arms, London (October 2015);
- VJ London, Juno, London (December 2015).
Performance technical requirements: I would bring an iPad with mini-jack stereo audio output and HDMI or VGA video output. I would need (amplified) stereo speakers and a mini-jack cable connecting to them (or mixer); and a video projector with a VGA or HDMI cable connecting to it.
- Photos / video footage: Alessandro Altavilla
- Inspiration / advice: André Carrilho, Atau Tanaka, Gen.AV
- Host / facilities: Goldsmiths – EAVI group, Peter Mackenzie
- Funding: Marie Skłodowska Curie EU program
- Sounds: Freesound.org
- Code: openFrameworks, Maximilian