It is always very interesting to see artists using live performance softwares like CoGe in the field of music videos as an addition for filmed footages, but it’s not really common thing a music video created by this very conceptual way like the subject of this article, using only self-made sounds reactive materials. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the story behind the music video made by the Vintage Digitalism crew for Norwell’s Faerben track.
Howdy? As you probably already noticed, my new toy, Vezér has been released. If you never heard about Vezér, you definitely need to take a look into – its a timeline and control software.
I just made this little video demonstration about how to connect Vezér to CoGe via OSC, and animate some parameters of a cool Quartz Composer file created by Minuek. Check it out:
Edd from the ILoveQC team just created this tutorial that will introduce you how to playback QC files and map the parameters to MIDI in CoGe:
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