Pre-performance programme notes from the students.
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“November 2013” by Ethan Lustig; Violin — Conor Stuart; Piano — Angelique Po
Pieteke MacMahon gives Conor Stuart control over processing and sample playback by tracking his body motion and bowing arm.
An example of motion tracking in which the violinist controls the type and amount of processing by changing his body position, height, and location. Programming/music/performance by Ian Lavery, Stuart Brookes, and Conor Stuart (on violin). Part of the Interactive Music and … Continue reading