I collaborated and performed with Michael Broxton at LoveTech SF. I used NthControl (my experimental Python-based controller using the Mimo USB-connected touchscreen) to control the musical parameters of an 8-channel MIDI looper. I played everything into the looper in realtime with a MIDI keyboard, using Spectrasonics Omnisphere for the sounds. The notes were also sent via OSC to a second laptop to trigger Python-generated graphics (derived from my previous Python visual music efforts) and further processed in amazing ways inside Michael Broxton's Phosphoressence software, controlled in realtime by Michael using two joysticks. Below is a picture of our two rigs and here's a YouTube video of the performance.