Conductr & CaboSanRoque have collaborated to create a new project, HiLo, for Sonar 2015, that features iPad-controlled household objects.
HiLo is the first collaboration between Conductr and CaboSanRoque:
- CaboSanRoque manipulate objects to reveal their sonic personality and turn them into instruments; with the involvement of Laia and Roger, a typewriter, a comb and a can of insecticide transcend their intended function.
- Conductr turns the iPad —a device that also wasn’t originally designed to make music— into an instrument for controlling Ableton Live.
HiLo is an interactive installation located in the Conductr space at Sonar 2015. Attendees will be able to play with Tres Tristos Trons, one of CaboSanRoque’s ‘pataphysical instruments’, using an iPad with Conductr. CaboSanRoque will also perform a composition specifically created for HiiLo twice a day.