May 5, 2012
To integrate the performance, I wanted to play with something more lively this time. That explains my choice in term of interactive participative device: this year, it’s the famous Kinect. People should interact with us during the performance, using it in a quick dispositive mixing live music and graphic distorsion. Meanwhile I should dj with my ambient vynils, the very most experimental and minimalist ;]. For the audio brick, I used the AS3 Tonfall Audio Framework, by André Michelle. Setting first a little sequencer for the rythm. Then, I plugged a few samples of my own. Music was O.K!
And as if that wasn’t enough, my daughter, then aged 10, took my iPad. She participated, improvising with the excellent Bloom music application, designed by a certain Brian Eno.
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