Aphex Twin Visual Collaborator Weirdcore Shares His Process & Influences

30 minute talk on his work with Warp and more      10/02/21

Aphex Twin's visuals have always been cutting edge - memorable collaborators include Chris Cunningham on the 'Windowlicker'' and 'Come to Daddy' music videos and Paul Nicholson's designs for his album artwork and logos. More recently Weirdcore has been working with him on real-time face mapping visuals - putting the crowd and glitched up imagery on screen during concerts.

In a 30 minute talk for ItsNiceThat in their Nicer Tuesdays talk series, Weirdcore discusses his methods, inspirations and ideas behind the show - which has significantly evolved since the early days of their collaborations. Nowadays his visuals are done with Max, which is a object oriented program for sound and visuals. 

See the talk here.

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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