The Drum Machine is a unique audio visual experience which provides up to six users a chance to jam in time together to create an unexpected live improvised electronic composition. This video captures the unique audio visual experience.
The Drum Machine is always fun to setup and we get to play it ourselves and test it along the way. Here’s a quick snippet of it just before it opened at Glastonbury 2011. We love these acid house vibes.
We’ve had many many happy festival goers bouncing to the rhythms of The Drum Machine and we are always especially proud when people document their experiences!
Big thanks to KurbricksMonolith for their Youtube posts from Glastonbury 2010. FYI The Drum Machine now has monitors on each console giving a clearer visual cue as to what’s going on. We are always thinking of ways to improve The Drum Machine. If you have any ideas of your own contact us via email.
Plus big thanks also to Fishlick2 for their uploaded video also from Glastonbury 2010.
The Drum Machine was first created in 2009 and debuted at Glastonbury’s Shangri La fields to great acclaim. Here’s a little promo film from the festival. There’s footage from our tent in the middle section. Plus you get to check out all the extraordinary other tents and acts on throughout that weekend. It was incredible!
The fully interactive, audio visual experience is driven by rock-solid digital music technology and fueled by the users creativity, The Machine creates a completely personal soundtrack to your festival. This interactive audio experiment will in equal parts intrigue, amaze and involve its audience, providing a unique insight into the core building blocks of modern music technology and culture.