Author Archives: Vulpestruments
I’m giving video tutorials a whirl, have a ganders:
This installation was made in collaboration with phenomenal artist Om Unit. It uses a piece of physics known as Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction in order to transfer audio waves between two separate circuits dependant on their proximity to each other. The track The Exodus was split into 3 parts, and each audio signal isContinue reading “Proximity Om”
The Beating Birch
During 2020, Nick Murray and I were commissioned by The Quietus and Aerial Festival to compose new music based on the poet Wordsworth. What resulted was our 3 track EP called Progressions:
Vulpestruments is the project of artist Tom Fox that revolves around Sound Art practises, experimental instrument design, sonification of data and interactive installation design. Tom is also the creative director for Hackoustic the London based community of musical hackers and inventors. He also works for Music Tech Fest running their Sparks workshops. He has runContinue reading “About”
My newest iteration of twitter induced music is based on tracking Hope and Fear on a global scale. I have a raspberry pi running a custom python script that searches for any mention of the words Hope or Fear in the entirety of twitter live. Whenever either of those words get mentioned, it will sendContinue reading “HopevsFear”
Myself and my partner in crime Tim Yates were interviewed for the MTF Podcast about our work running Hackoustic. Check it out here: https://musictechfest.net/podcast031/
I made a simple gestural controlled organ using Micro:bit and Puredata. It tracks the roll angle using the microbits accelerometer which in turn controls the volume of a sinewave being generated in PureData.
I’ve been experimenting with the Micro:bit microcontroller for a while now, and have realised I don’t have a central post showcasing what myself and other people have been up to. So here, are some of the things we’ve done with microbits: In this Microbit experiment, Helen Leigh and myself connected her (at the time) prototypeContinue reading “Microbit Experiments”
I had the great honour of partnering up with Music Tech Fest to help coordinate and lead the MTF Labs at MTF Frankfurt. The premise was that we would gather a whole host of music and tech experts of differing expertise together to work collaboratively in just 24 hours to build something new. We endedContinue reading “MTFFrankfurt”
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