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Piano motion sensei

 (get it?)  Using motion sensing via webcam, wih the wave of my hand, we are able to warp the sounds the MIDI keyboard produces into something else  (think more arcade and less concert hall). 

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Photographs

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In-concert video notes

Pre-performance programme notes from the students.

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UBC News

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Exploring the Piano, Part 2: Tiny Little Feet

A normal, modern piano has three little feet, more commonly called “pedals”: On a grand piano, the right-most one is called the damper pedal, the left-most one the una corda, and the middle one the sostenuto. When depressed, the damper … Continue reading

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Angelique’s piano explorations…

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Pieteke’s iPhone piano

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