Psychedelic Rock Chance Pop Remix (Visual & Audio)

Psychedelic Rock Track “Friday The Turnt Theme”, by Campus Green.
Chance Pop Remix, by Josh Couturier
Visual Collage Component, by Josh Couturier
Featured at IMFA 2017 Final Critique.
Missing Live Millumin Performance.

Psychedelic Rock “Friday The Turnt Theme” & Chance Pop Remix from Jo Ku on Vimeo.

Concept: Remix pop by manipulating regions in Logic prox with coins and dice, on variables such as pitch, position, duration, and inclusion of notes.

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Comments:

“Is that a visualizer or visualization?”

“What is the image?”

“Was that the pop vs chance piece?”

“How did you know when you were done?”

“Have you researched Taoism?”

“Dabbles in the path of John Cage!”

 

 

IMFA Experimental Performance 2017: Entanglement

Entanglement: An Experimental Performance from Josh Couturier on Vimeo.

Concept: Develop An Experimental Sound and Movement Performance using a Nautical Fishing net as the conductor.

Sound Experiment: Synthesize pop rhythms using pop instruments and pop mixing/mastering techniques to create a feeling of industrial-esque sounds and stress of living organisms. The Nautical Fishing net also was thrown over the computer to make decisions in the composition that would contribute to note pitch, length, and numbers of occurrence.

Performance Experiment: Create an Avant-garde minimalist movement piece using meditation, and the Nautical fishing net to Detangle in real time unknowing the outcome during the duration 6:21. (Soundtrack Duration)

“I found myself thinking after 30 minutes on the cold dark floor, struggling wondering before the performance, will I escape my Entanglement?”

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Comments:

“It reminded me of a Houdini escape!”

“It reminded me of being in the Holland tunnel!”

“Something sounded like creatures hissing!”

“Yo is this thrash metal?”

“I was’nt sure if you were going to escape by the time the audio ended?!”

“I dont think you should call this Entanglement, I think it should be called Detangled…”