meakusma presents: freeform, sutekh, subjex...@Recyclart/BXL
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    meakusma presents: freeform, sutekh, subjex...@Recyclart/BXL

    by lego_man » Wed Feb 01, 2006 10:57 am

    1/4/06 - Recyclart brussels - 8€ entrance - start at 22:00


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    Freeform LIVE
    (Skam, Warp, Sub Rosa, Nonplace, Worm Interface.. - UK)
    Sutekh LIVE & DJ
    (Context, Leaf, Orthlorng Musork, Soul Jazz, Plug Research - USA)
    Subjex LIVE
    (Planet-µ, Schematic, Combine, In Vitro, Somia - FR)
    Kadah/Vresky & Rawakari LIVE
    (Dub, !K7, Ambivalence, Elf Cut - BE)

    DJ-support:
    Continium (Gent - BE)
    Solariumface (meakusma, f.a.s.t., lamalc - BE)

    Visuals:
    Legoman (Audioactivity - CH)


    for detailed infos on the artists visit the website www.meakusma.org
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    by lego_man » Wed Apr 05, 2006 1:14 am

    voilà 3 pitite toff
    sorry pour la qualité, c'est des capture de camera

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    Modul8 with 8/3 préview
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    I used modul8 and a matrox dualcore on my powerbook to have a 8/3 screen
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    by Akira » Wed Apr 05, 2006 1:48 am

    That surely looks nice, though I do not uinderstand how the screen output was separated onto those screens. videowall setup?
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    by lego_man » Wed Apr 05, 2006 11:52 am

    I used only 2 beamers on wooden plates screen (50 plates)
    and a matrox dual head

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    by martymartin » Wed Apr 05, 2006 1:17 pm

    Man that looks excellent..... but is the Dualhead2Go compatible with Macs I thought it was only PCs?
    I suppose it must be, since you're using Modul8!!
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    by ilan » Wed Apr 05, 2006 6:11 pm

    Is this m8 2.5 that you are using?
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    by chika » Wed Apr 05, 2006 8:52 pm

    do yout think md8 can hundle hd? like 1920x1080?
    useing 3 projectors?
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    by ilan » Wed Apr 05, 2006 9:07 pm

    m8 can probably handle it. Performance is largely based on the computer you have. A G5 with three high performance outputs (video cards). I doubt you'll get true 1920x1080 resolution. It will probably be 640x480 scaled to HD.

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