|4||Cross Pattern Unison & Duets||3:18|
|9||Vocal, Bell & Sanple Hocket||4:42|
|10||Drum Hocket Finale||5:54|
- Composed By, Computer [Software], Other [Video] – Michael Saup
- Composed By, Performer, Sound Designer [Sound & 3D Design] – Phil Dadson*
- Mixed By [Live Mix] – Tricky Chris*
- Other [Video] – Anna Saup, Anne Niemetz
- Performer [Objects] – Steffen Cramer
- Performer, Percussion – Adrian Croucher, Shane Currey
- Performer, Percussion, Sampler – Darryn Harkness
NotesFrom Scratch / Auckland, NZ:
Phil Dadson, Adrian Croucher, Shane Currey, Darryn Harkness
Supreme Particles / Germany:
Michael Saup, Anna Saup, Anne Niemetz, Tricky Chris, Steffen Cramer
A From Scratch / Supreme Particles collaboration, aiming from the outset to create a conversation between image and sound, digital/analogue, electronic and acoustic, with video/computer projections interactively affected by analogue live performance. The 'hocketing' concept was applied equally to the computer imagery and the music/sound, marrying the interactive visual environment to the physicality of the live performance and spatial hocketing. A full complement of FromScratch instruments plus the new metal-pronged "Nunndrum", Bassdrum/bell stations, and triggered samples.
GLOBAL HOCKETS was premiered at The NZ Festival of Arts 1998 with the support of Creative New Zealand, the Goethe Institut, Silicon Graphics International, Campus Computers/Ak, and Rockshops/NZ. During '98, From Scratch toured to Europe for performances in Hungary . . Budapest, Zeged, Godollo and Eger, and later to Linz, Austria for Ars Electronica, the MilkWeg / Amsterdam for The Worldwide Video Festival, and to the Mousonturm in Frankfurt.