Selected Works

Music for Bagpipes and Electronics

2018

A concert for bagpipes and electronics.

Exploring the interaction between the acoustic sounds of the bagpipes against electronically generated ones.

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A Multichannel Piece

2016
A mobile multichannel piece performed at Tusk Festival.
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6 Oscs Synthesizer

2015
A synthesizer consisting of 6 interconnected square wave oscillators with the ability to interfere with them through a number of exposed extensions of the circuit board. Battery starvation and 2x 1/4inch outputs allow for a rather dynamic stereo image.
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Concert for Signal Flares

2014
This performance aims to utilise the flares as a sonic artifact, over their intended use as a visual one.
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Music for Electronics and Amplified Car

2011

An electroacoustic composition presented as 3 x 9 minute studies of the revved engine in relation to digitally generated audio arrangements. This piece was composed for, and performed at We Can Elude Control / Bold Tendencies 2011 in the Peckham Multi-storey car park.

Reviews: The Wire ♯322

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AM/FM Keyboard 6

2009

This instrument is an updated version of the FM kbrd. Designed to be portable, long lasting and to provide more sound options with an individual output for each radio. Features include: volume control, AM/FM band switch and tunning.

Consists of 6 radios, 6 keys, 6 tunning dials, 6 volume controls, 6 AM/FM switches, 6 LED lights, 6 antennas, 6 mono audio outputs and 1 power socket. More photos of the keyboard can be found here, and a filmed live performance here.

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Handmade Electronic Music - The Art of Hardware Hacking

2008
The FM kbrd and Stylus Pen were featured in the second edition of the book and DVD Handmade Electronic Music (The Art of Hardware Hacking) written by Nicolas Collins.
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FM Kbrd

2007

12 keys trigger 12 radios, enabling one to play what is currently being broadcasted. Below each speaker a tuner allows to seek for different frequencies across the FM band.

An updated version of this instrument can be found here: AM/FM Keyboard 6

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Stylus Pen

2007
Working prototypes for a "pen" that allows one to freely scratch/play the surface of a record.
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