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WinterWonderWall

WinterWonderWall is a live visual performance created by Kari Tonette Hammer and Thomas Hammer for a Christmas concert with the KorX choir in “Sondre Slagen Kirke” (Sondre Slagen Church, Tonsberg, Norway) December 2012. The live visuals were projected on the end wall in the church, which is approximately 20 meters wide and 20 meters tall,

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PowerMate programming in .Net – Part 2

This is post number 2 about creating .Net software for the Griffin PowerMate. If you haven’t read post 1 yet, now is a good time . My goal is to use PowerMate in .Net, use C#, and if possible, loose the dependency of the Windows Driver Development Kit. Some useful links I came across: Using

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PowerMate programming in .Net – Part 1

I’m currently working on using the Griffin PowerMate USB device from .Net. The PowerMate is a beautiful little rotary controller made of brushed steel with a blue “underglow” LED light. You can rotate it and click it, and that’s basically all. It does one thing, and does it well. Steve would have liked it. The

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“Times” track on SoundCloud

Published on April 29, 2012 by in Music

I’ve dug up one of the first compositions I made on my own. It was created in 1992 using only my Ensoniq EPS-16+ sampler workstation, using mostly sounds I have sampled and programmed myself. The EPS-16+ was my first sampler, with excellent programming capabilities, polyphonic aftertouch, and a floppy disk drive. I remember finding fellow

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Photos from Steinflytinden 2010

I have put up a photo album with pictures from a hiking trip to Steinflytinden in September 2010.  

 
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