Zitta (2013) is an electroacoustic augmented zither created as part of the Interactive Digital Multimedia Techniques course led by Andrew MacPherson at Queen Mary, University of London. Audio processes applied to the acoustic sound of the zither are then transduced directly through the body of the zither itself using tactile actuators. This allows acoustic feedback lines to establish themselves and resonate the wooden body of the instrument.
The Binadrone (2013) was built using MaxMSP, Arduino and a 1976 Binatone TV Master. It was created for Cruft Fest 2013 at Queen Mary University, November 12 2013.
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