Based in New York City
November 4, 2017
Touch and tap to create a noisy beat, then watch it come alive in a stark geometric world. Bleep Space combines the distinct electronic noise-pop of Dan Friel with the abstract procedural visuals of Andy Wallace. Pressing different parts of the screen will spark swirling geometric shapes and saw-wave samples that loop and form a beat, all set in a stylish, monochromatic space. Experimentation is prioritized over perfection. Bleep Space is meant for music lovers of all skill levels. Bleep Space is a finalist at the 2017 IndieCade International Festival of Independent Games.
Bleep Space was inspired by Andy’s experience playing with a friend’s Korg sequencer, and the joy he found in creating music while exploring a device that he didn’t fully understand. Meant above all else to be accessible, there is no way to make a mistake in Bleep Space, and any input will be rewarded with another layer added to the beat as the visual field moves from a stark off-white to a flowing, lively assembly of shapes. In addition to the free digital release, Andy worked with the Death By Audio Arcade to create a tabletop installation to house the game featuring light up tactile buttons and a round screen. This device is currently touring different locations in New York and was debuted at the IndieCade festival in L.A. Put on some headphones, get your fingers ready and let yourself slip into the bleep space.
- 15 musical animations to play with.
- Audio by electronic musician Dan Friel.
- Pick up and play: easy for anyone to use, regardless of experience.
- Additional step mode for the discerning beatmaker.
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- "Finalist" 2017 IndieCade International Festival of Independent Games
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More of Dan Friel's music available at danfriel.com.
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Photos from IndieCade by Crystal Bracket
Photos of Dan Friel and Andy Wallace by Lippe
About Andy Wallace
More information on Andy Wallace and the things he makes can be found here here.