Juju & Jordash Collaborate on New iPad App
Earlier this year, the Amsterdam-based duo of Juju & Jordash collaborated with visual artist Paul Skawinski, creating an improvised performance to accompany the artist's liquid projections (pictured above). Now, audio from this performance and Skawinski's visuals have been turned into an iPad app which randomly combines those sonic and visual elements to create a so-called "Infinite Music Machine." The app continuously combines pieces of recorded audio with the liquid visuals, allowing the user to set the length of time they wish for the parade of randomness to comandeer their screen. Below, you can check a video of the app art in action, and you can grab the Infinite Music Machine App over on iTunes for the agreeable price of $1.99.
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