Thursday, September 27, 2007
A sixteen-step sequencer on a computer controls the speed of a motor in a tape cassette machine.
The controls on the virtual sequencer include speed (how quickly the different steps are read through), length (how many steps are there in the looping sequence) and the actual sequencer itself. The lower a given step is on the sequencer, the lower the speed of the motor is in the tape machine at that point in time.
A special thanks to Edward Kelly for re-igniting my interest in tape control and manipulation.
Video URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gB6mjDQZ7wc
The music in the cassette player is once again just Drowning Goldfish having a jam. Featuring David Gustafsson on guitar and bass, Brent Easson on drums and myself on bass and guitar.