Thursday, August 13, 2009

Review, a new camera, and a new dubtable on the way

I stumbled upon a short review of the Dubtable at the High n' Dry Fundraiser, in amongst all the other great things that happened at that gig. There are photos too:

"Wandering between rooms, we were intrigued by James Nichols & The Dub Table Tactile Experiment. This amazing feat of engineering and imagination lets the operator control prerecorded Dub loops by placing, sliding and rotating handheld controllers across the table surface. With people swarming the table it was hard to get a good grasp on the ingenious contraption, however, even more fascinating was watching the captivation and amazement on other people’s faces as they interacted with the device and created their own music. If you are ever lucky enough to be in the same place at the same time as this table of dubly goodness I strongly suggest you have a fiddle."

Full article at

In other news I've bought a new industrial assembly line camera (60 fps!) for making the new Dubtable Ver 2.0. There'll be new tracks and a new interface, hopefully in time for the appearance and talk at this year's This Is Not Art festival

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