OK, after trying to do something different (and failed...) Here is an improvised track recorded last Saturday for the "Placard" festival. It was played and diffused live on the internet, and I was just one of the 25 different artists (we each had a 30 min time schedule). It was also diffused via headphones in a number of places around France.
I am using 4 axoloti boards, in 3 different boxes.
The black box is running the usual granular sampler patch + a binaural bass sound (great for headphones). I had a microphone plugged into it, and made some sounds and notes with my mouth before it all get chopped up and out to our ears.
The Ribbon box has a patch that includes 4 delay lines fed with a selection of different oscillators, 8 different kind, selectable by the two buttons, and a reverb
The Keyboard Synth is two axoloti's. One for creating the sounds (where I can go up and down patches with two buttons), and the other is 6 different delay lines with volume, pan, reverb and variable delay length.
I just used a brickwall limiter while mixing the track, no extra effects or anything
I do recommend listening to the music before watching the 360° video, because it does get into the way of the experience, and also, sorry about the 1st minute of the video, I forgot to switch the camera on, so I filled it up with inverse footage.