Bazik VJ

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feinsinn
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Bazik VJ

Post by feinsinn » Tue Nov 11, 2014 22:47

Was wondering that there is no post in this forum about this nice app
http://bazik-vj.com/
Like it a lot
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Re: Bazik VJ

Post by taktik » Fri Dec 19, 2014 18:19

Bazik is a new way to generate content for vjing. It's a visual plugin, perfect in Resolume.

I think that people who try it love it, but it's not easy to promote a new type of tool...

For example, in my last 2 gigs, Bazik produce more than 50% of my show, mixed with my old bank of video loops !

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Re: Bazik VJ

Post by taktik » Fri Dec 26, 2014 18:39

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Maybe it's time to try/buy it :)

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Re: Bazik VJ

Post by Basic » Sat Dec 27, 2014 15:13

Great little app but it still needs a little more functionality. its essentially quartz with an interface?
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Re: Bazik VJ

Post by taktik » Sun Dec 28, 2014 14:14

Basic wrote:Great little app but it still needs a little more functionality. its essentially quartz with an interface?
Bazik is not Quartz based, it can play some Quartz compositions but it's just a feature. Bazik is a ready to play audiovisualizer, with some powerfull automation, create to be user friendly and easy to use.

For example, it can analyse audio and produce automatically a vjset ! 8-)

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Re: Bazik VJ

Post by Joris » Mon Jan 05, 2015 15:01

Also don't under-estimate the value of a good interface.

It's one thing to make high quality generative visuals, it's a completely other thing to also control these quickly and accurately during a show. I've seen a lot of very talented realtime coders give subpar performances because they were too busy going through 1000 and then some parameters, trying to find the right one in time.

Bazik seems to offer just the right balance between freedom and structure, which is a very difficult thing to get right. Props to you, Taktik.

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