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Ladies and Gentlemen, Alec Korchev.

Aloha! This week we are experimenting with with network performances; essentially having individual computers work together and share information for more diverse performances. This work makes use of the Microsoft Kinect for tracking, and makes use of the dancers gestures … Continue reading

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Air Harp Glissando!

For my piece in which I am writing for harp and violin I am attempting to create “air” versions of both the instruments so that the performers can, in a sense, play each other’s instrument. COOL. This is a video … Continue reading

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Harp and motion tracking

In this piece the location and position of the glow stick on the wrist of the harpist controls audio processing and sample triggering. Programming/music by Greg Burgess and Ethan Lustig, and harp performance by Samantha Ballard. Part of the Interactive … Continue reading

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Violin and motion tracking

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

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