Reader Carlos Martorell (Shoeg) shared this live performance, shot inside a kerosene tank in Tenerife island for Keroxen festival.
Martorell’s performance translates gestures into MIDI data, controlling both the audio and audio-reactive visuals.
Here’s what he has to say about the technical details:
“Live set sound is completely generated with a Waldorf Kyra, and MIDI is generated with a couple of motion sensors with my hands. I also brought my own sound reactive visual stuff for the ultrapanoramical screen.”
3 thoughts on “Live Immersive Gestural Electronic Music”
Why is this music?
Why is this not music?
Looks like jerking off the invincible robot at the festival of air guitar.