IAN GLOVER

PERSONAL PROJECT _ SEQUENSYNC

Still in production, SequencSync is a drum machine built in Three.JS using the Web Audio API to allow multiple users to interact with a single musical environment via Socket.io. Currently users can log onto a single instance and collaborate.

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Github

Design and Development.

PERSONAL PROJECT _ AUDIBLE FOREST

A musical instrument in the form of a randomly generated mysterious forest environment. Play the trees like a step sequencer.

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Audible Forest

Github

Design and Development.

ATLAS ARTISTS _ THE RANGE WEBSITE

To build excitement for the upcoming release, Atlas approached with the idea of launching a simple website for previewing upcoming video assets.

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therange.us

Design and Development.

THE RANGE _ NONFICTION

The first full length release from producer James Hinton. Was in Pitchfork's year end 'Top 50 Albums of the Year.'

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Artwork and Design.

THE RANGE _ LIVE SHOW

To compensate for significant space restraints, I developed a system that a single traveling musician could use to set up and run an impressive display of audio-reactive visuals that I also created and programmed.

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Technical Advice and Design.

HOWSE _ WEBSITE

To coincide with the release of the mercurial 'Can I Tell You Something?' on tape imprint Lupin we debuted an equally mysterious set of animated sculptures for Howse's web presence.

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howse.info

Development and Artwork.

THE RANGE _ PANASONIC

For the follow-up to the Seneca EP, Donky Pitch wanted a vinyl release for Panasonic. I designed the album artwork as well as the vinyl stickets.

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Artwork and Design.

THE RANGE _ SENECA

For Donky Pitch in the UK I was contacted to assist with the 3D graphics on a music video for The Range, 'PS 3.' From those assets I always developed a print and album artwork for the release of the album, 'Seneca.'

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Direction and Animation.

CHITS _ LOOKING SO GOOD

Astro Nautico asked for a video to be released alongside the single 'Looking So Good' for the release of the vinyl edition of Chit's 'Custom Hype LP'. The video was released on XLR8R.

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Direction and Animation.

PITCHFORK _ 'NONFICTION' ADVANCE

For their 'Pitchfork Advance' on The Range's 'Nonfiction' Pitchfork wanted new imagery that would reflect the direction of the album artwork for the web.

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Design.