Thursday, July 12
Admission: $5, $10 minimum
In this, the very first installment of What the Dormouse Said,
Ray Sweeten and Zach Layton perform new and old takes on sound/image
generation. Using the OpenGL protocol, Layton produces dimensional
wire-frame geometrics and extracts lush sound abstractions from
the visual field. Approaching at 180 degrees head-on, Sweeten
digitally synthesizes two sets of waveforms which are graphed
to XY coordinates on a pre-pc era analog oscilloscope. Joining
us this evening, the live circuit building stylings of Loud Objects.
Though you won't need them and as we don't condone such activities,
we suggest mind-altering substances prior show times.