Lester the Cat in CVI Land
Solvent “King Vincent”
Official video, by Hard Science.
"King Vincent" is taken from Solvent’s "New Ways: music from the documentary I Dream Of Wires)" album, released Feb 11 2014, via Suction Records - suction026.
CD/Digital and Deluxe Vinyl (2x12” LP + 7”) avail to order via:
I Dream Of Wires
Black Sun - Lightning In A Bottle (Soy Sos Remix)
Encryption Cipher LP / Pt. 1
Pittsburgh Modular Records / Tuff Sound Encoding
Video by - Hard Science
All of the effects in this video were made using LZX Visionary video synthesizer modules. Other than Adobe Premiere for editing, no other software was used.
T-t-t-talk to me…a synth demo
Hard Science x Dolphin Dream Pyramids (Féline Exerpt)
Fun little promo video I made for a friend and her cafe.
Live improvised modular techno
Hard Science on the Eurorack modular synth
DJ Hobo on MPC1000 (beats and samples)
FAU Mardi at Le Petit Chicago, Hull (November 26, 2013)
Live sound engineer: Simon Labelle.
Thanks to Gary Franks for recording it!
Hardscience.ca for more audio/video
Here’s a little interpretive video I made with the uber talented Adrian Göllner. The video was made using an LZX modular video synth.
Video for the End of Time
Quatuor pour la fin du temps (Quartet for the End of Time) was composed and first performed in a German prisoner-of-war camp during the darkest days of WWII. French composer Olivier Messiaen describes his work as the arrival of a powerful angel to announce the end of time amidst the quiet of dawn and bird song. A deeply religious man, Messiaen’s Quartet reflects hope, despair and upheaval in turbulent times.
Inspired by Messiaen’s synesthetic description of his piece, Arturo Brisindi and Adrian Göllner have created a live video performance that responds to the sound of the orchestra. With the basic composition of the video predetermined, the sound of the different musical instruments, each of which act as a character in Messiaen’s telling, are visually distilled and animated using analog video technologies. Like the Quartet itself, the video fluxes between literalness and abstraction.