We're proud to announce the first official release by Diana Gheorghiu. After sneaking in FerroCious under an alias, she's now back with the amazing Progressions:
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Ghosteam is back with amazing eye to detail and gorgeous reflections
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And Ostwerker brings an HD update to his classic PartikelStorm.
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- * Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2022
- * New footage! 🎤 🍄 🌌 🧊 🟥 🎥
- * Resolume 7.13.2 Released | Hotfixes Are Now Free!
- * Resolume 7.13 | Clip Time Remaining, SMPTE Panel, Slice Fader & Scaling, Auto Node Layout Improvements
- * Resolume 7.12 | Pioneer DJ Sync, CrossFader Phase, 3 New Effects, Auto-Layout for Nodes
- * Resolume 7.11 | Apple Silicon Compatible & Delay Effects
- * Resolume 7.10 | New Blend Modes Menu & Wire Test Slices
- * Resolume 7.9 | Preview Advanced Output Screens & Node Library Search
- * New footage! Life Is Art Studios, madvisuals_vj and Riotstarter
- * Resolume 7.8 | Control & Monitor Arena, Avenue and Wire via the REST-API
Say what you will about Facebook, it's an amazing medium to get in touch with people. You can get the skinny on what's happening on the other side of the world, and see things you would otherwise never know about. Case in point: Richard De Souza. I got connected to Richard about a year ago, and since then, my newsfeed started filling up with one jaw dropping stage design after another. Seems like the Australian continent, besides spiders, is hosting buckets of raw talent as well.
Who are you and how do you spend your day?
I am the director of MNVR (Manoeuvre); an Australian based new media company primarily focussed on concert visuals and interactive. I’m always working on something. If not in production mode I’m either VJing or developing custom VJ tools. I love tinkering and I spend most of my free time progressing my art and process.
This month we got three sets straight from your rapid eye movements.
Chromosoom drops a set with dreamlike classical dance. Classy and elegant, it's a breath of fresh air between all the abstract 3d.
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And lastly, BluElk is back with Cronenberg inspired set, made of nightmares and itchy glitch.
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This month, we're proud to welcome Nexus 6 to the label. His first release NeonMetalBeats is an LED stage banger.
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Unit44 is back from a long hiatus, and trust us, he's just getting warmed up.
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And STV in Motion always brings something special to the table. Lick those luscious lippies and prepare to be teased.
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This month we got you covered whatever your taste is.
Catmac tunes into your psychedelic vibrations with ChaoticGeometries:
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Laak is back with more minimalism in VJ Survival Kit 4:
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And Ghosteam gets lethal by mixing water and electricity in WaterWorld:
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Arena 5 made outputting to LED strips a piece of cake. Arena can sample the video pixels and output RGB values to the strip via DMX.
DMX is great, because it’s been around since forever and has become an industry standard that most devices will be able to work with.
The downside is that it has the concept of ‘universes’, which is basically a fancy term to describe all the lights that are on a single control line. A universe is limited 512 DMX channels. This is fine for conventional lighting setups, and was more than enough when the protocol was established way back in the eighties. But with every RGB pixel taking up 3 channels (1 for Red, 1 for Green, 1 for Blue), you can only control a maximum of 170 pixels per universe. With LED strips becoming super cheap and more and more high-res, building anything fancy can quickly require 10 or more universes.
Working for Resolume, we're lucky enough to see some of the most amazing VJ talent in action. One such person is Gabe Damast, whose live show for Zedd blew me away. Gabe is a true VJ and seldom we see a show this tight and in sync with the music. And most amazing of all, it's pure VJ skill, no SMPTE or other tricks.
Take a look at the video for an idea of how Gabe rocks it, and then read on below for what he has to say about all this.