This beautiful piece of work was created by Ithaca Audio who make compelling audio for projects large and small with an imaginative outlook on the audio process
Ithaca Audio is run by Chris Evans-Roberts, an award winning composer, sound designer and multi-instrumentalist. He has composed music for international companies and scored films that have received critical acclaim at European film festivals.
He is a member of the British Academy of Composers, Songwriters and Authors has taught music production and composition for the BBC and has lectured to university undergraduates on composing and producing music in surround sound.
Thier latest mashup takes a look back over the last 60 years and features some of their favourite London musicians, films and TV shows.
They’ve used projection mapping techniques to map 26 videos over a box sculpture and perform the mashup live, blending the videos over the surface of the boxes. Created by using 3 laptops (sending OSC messages across a Wi-Fi network), 2 projectors (one for the projection mapping, one for the control surface camera), Ableton Live 8, Max for Live, Resolume Arena, Syphon and MadMapper.
The whole performance is completely portable and adaptable for easy manipulation and set-up.
If you’re not seriously impressed by the end product then you should check you still have a pulse.
Available for live performance
Download the mashup for free on Facebook: facebook.com/ithacaaudio
Ithaca Audio is a creative audio company
Eurythmics – Winston’s diary (1984)
Night and the City
Mary Poppins – Stay awake
Queen – A kind of magic
Amy Winehouse – You know I’m no good
The Who – Baba O’Riley
Blur – Song 2
Amy Winehouse – Stronger than me
Jamiroquai – Deeper underground
Dizzee Rascal – Fix up, look sharp
Quincy Jones – It’s caper time (self preservations society)
Adele – Rumor has it
John Murphy – 28 days later
Led Zepplin – Whole lotta love
Faithless – Insomnia
Florence & the Machine – You got the love
The Clash – London calling
Queen – We are the champions
Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers
Klint – Diamond (Snatch)
The Kinks – You really got me
Are you being served
Only fools and horses
Queen – Another one bites the dust
The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter