Mathieu Bosi

Projects


TripTik / TripTik 2.0

Proto·Pixel + Tigrelab
Freelance composer / sound designer / programmer
December 2014 / October 2015, Barcelona, Spain
Composed the TripTik installations soundtracks, including an interactive musical part for version 2.0.

TripTik @MIRA from Protopixel on Vimeo.


Project web page.

The Glitch Chamber / Hendrick's Enajenatorium

Proto·Pixel
Freelance programmer / sound designer
May 2014, May 2015, Barcelona, Spain
I programmed a generative heart-beat and breath sound simulation for the interactive installation The Glitch Chamber for Hendrick's Enajenatorium in Madrid.

The Glitch Chamber from Protopixel on Vimeo.

I also programmed a real-time music analysis system for controlling fountains with lights.

Campus BBVA

Ping Pong Technologies
Freelance programmer
February 2011 - June 2011, Barcelona, Spain
For the Campus BBVA project I developed the following solutions:

Multitouch Football

SensaCell Bridge


Pollywogs / SoundMachines 2.0

Roland Olbeter + FESTO Automation
Freelance programmer
April 2011 - November 2011, Barcelona, Spain
I implemented the real-time control system for the Pollywogs robotic musical instruments including custom Arduino firmware to control the electromechanical and pneumatic actuators (pick, piano hammer, e-Bow), and PLC control (precision robotic linear actuators).

Official video

First tests

Performance at Sónar 2012

Related links


D.O.M.U.S. Project / IllaSynth

Gràcia Territori Sonor + Illa Diagonal
Freelance programmer / Soundscape designer
April 2011 - September 2011, Barcelona, Spain
In the context of the Gràcia Territori Sonor D.O.M.U.S. Project, I developed a software system that creates generative music and soundscapes on eight separate channels, distributed across various zones of the Illa Diagonal shopping mall. A pleasant and non boring listening experiences is offered both to the visitors, and to the owners of the shops located in the areas and venues in each zone. The developed system has also been the basis for extensions by subsequent artists.


Here a document detailing the functioning of the system.

Magic Fountain of Montjuïc 3D Simulator

Reactable Systems S.L. + UTE Fonts
Freelance 3D programmer
July 2010 - December 2010, Barcelona, Spain
I programmed a 3D simulator of the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, one of the major attractions in the city of Barcelona. The simulator allows to visualize in real-time any choreography, making it easier for the user to efficiently accomplish the desired performance of the Fountain saving time, water, and economic resources

(image source directe!cat)


Selected local press on-line articles (Spanish / Catalan):

Barcelona Laptop Orchestra Concert at SMC Conference 2009, Portugal

With the Barcelona Laptop Orchestra we performed an improved version of the piece "Poéme Symphonique pour 100n metronomes" (see below) at the Sound and MusicComputing 2009 conference in Porto. You can see here below a (bootleg) video of it.




4 7'4n 20y641 (La Giornata)


Audio-visual piece performed during the concert Universi // Paralleli, held in Como, Italy, January 25th.

  


Arrows storm (2007)

A sonic simulator of arrow storms for an octophonic sound system using Csound and a custom score generation algorithm.
Used during the year 2007 Saint Apollonia concert "Musiche nuove, suggestioni antiche" by the musical band Corpo musicale La Cattolica at Cineteatro Fumagalli in Cantù, Italy.

Download the software here (ZIP, 328 KB)

Some photos:

       


"Bowlie" a network driven Instrumental Improvisation

"Bowlie" is an Instrumental improvisation controlled by a conductor using a networked interactive physical simulation of a sphere moving inside of a slightly bowl-like surface (hyperboloid). A conventional language is used to communicate with the various musicians by mean of scores represented on their own laptop's screen.
The conductor can throw and freeze the spheres and can control the speed of the simulation time. The sphere will tend to reach its equilibrium in the center of the surface.

Idea and direction: Domenico Stranieri
Software realization: Mathieu Bosi

Performed during the concert Universi // Paralleli, held in Como, Italy, January 25th.

Download the Windows executables here (ZIP, 317 KB)

   


Poème Symphonique pour 100n metronomes

György Ligeti's work Poème Symphonique pour 100 metronomes (1962) was originally performed by 10 players under the leadership of a conductor. Each player operated 10 metronomes which where charged and then let to play up to their halting.
Poeme Symphonique pour 100n metronomes is a reinterpretation and multiplication of this original piece. The real metronomes are substituted by virtual ones and the players by some personal computers. There are various groups of metronomes, each one consisting of 100 metronomes.
This work explores some geometric relations between sonic and visual patterns. These patterns are obtained just by controlling the starting time and the speed of each one of the metronomes. A real metronome is also used to influences these whole groups.

Barcelona Laptop Orchestra inauguration concert video here.

An early version of the application can be found here (ZIP, 832 KB)

Some photos:

   

   


Bachelor's degree thesis (2006)

My Bachelor's degree thesis held at CINECA and at Micrel Lab - DEIS, Bologna, Italy.
Download the thesis from here (PDF, 4.9 MB)