This video demonstrates using Percussa AudioCubes in place of Jean Michel Jarre’s Laser Harp on Rendez-Vous II.
Here’s what they have to say about the setup:
Being a fan of Jean Michel Jarre’s music and live performances, we thought it would be a great idea to play Rendez-Vous II on AudioCubes using the Xils Synthix synthesizer. During live performances, Jean-Michel Jarre is playing Rendez-Vous II on a laser harp with 9 beams. To play a note, he’s touching one of the laser beams.
We applied a similar principle to the AudioCubes, and used the sensors of the cubes to play notes.
For the setup, we used 9 AudioCubes, because Jean-Michel Jarre’s laser harp consists of 9 beams. Each of the AudioCubes was assigned as a sensor cube in MIDIBridge, but we configured only 1 sensor per cube. We turned the cube on its side face, to make sure we could touch the sensor on the top of the cube.