Another one: fijuu2 (https://julianoliver.com/output/fijuu2)
It's a sort of 3D, loop-based, multi-instrument. There's a few different modes, and each produces unique sounds and matching visualizations. Here's what it looks like in action:
The comments draw a line of inspiration to Autechre's Gantz Graf and yeah, I see it.
I can also imagine inspiration from Harmonix' first product, The Axe
Remembering 2000's media art projects - This is sCrAmBlEd? HaCkZ!, a system that chops up videos, indexes the parts by their audio snippets and retrieves them in real time based on any audio input. It can even be used as a makeshift voice synthesizer!
Original website is gone, but there's an archived copy: https://web.archive.org/web/20110917162355/http://www.popmodernism.org/scrambledhackz/concept.html
Dear users of phones, tablets, computers, cameras and other instruments which contains data that might be important to you.
Make fucking backups. For the love of what ever you believe in. Copy your dearest and most important files and or documents somewhere else that in case one device goes *poof* you have something you can get back to.
And please, please, please do it regularly.
You will thank your future YOU later.
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