A collaborative improvisation performance by Pd~graz.
In rec.wie.m, the individual players are not limited by conceptual constraints whatsoever with the noteable exception of using only free libre open source software (due to the nature of the pd~graz collective this software is pure-data).
Their audio outputs are connected to a central sound server that does an autonomous processing of the input streams and a final remix that is then thrown towards the audience. The audience is free to throw back whatever comes in their hands.
By using low-latency network streaming technologies, dislocated players can participate in the performance without the risk of being injured by rotten eggs, however at the cost of a reduced amount of fun.
- Netart Community Convention 2007, Graz, Austria, November 24th 2007 (.ogg recording). Participants: Thomas Musil, Ypatios Grigoriadis, Georg Holzmann, IOhannes m Zmölnig.
- Linux Audio Conference 2008, Cologne, Germany, February 29th 2008. Participants: Thomas Musil, Ypatios Grigoriadis, Georg Holzmann, IOhannes m zmölnig.