Beat on the Block is a set of set of drum gloves that are designed to let you drum on anything. The system is made up of a gloves paired with a backpack speaker system with a built-in looping system. The move below captures the prototype for the drum gloves in action: http://vimeo.com/12196753 Beat on… Read More Drum Gloves Let You Drum On Anything
Saturday Synth Porn: Get In Touch is an installation designed around the idea of using a nude body as a musial interface: The installation consists of a big white cylinder shape, with human backs coming out of openings in the fabric. Visitors are invited to touch the backs to create sounds. When you touch two… Read More Nude Body Musical Interface
Alex Braidwood demonstrates the use of pieces of fruit, acting as capacitive sensors, to control music loops.
InkQuencer is a step-sequencer that lets you make beats by drawing patterns on paper. You play back the patterns by putting the drawing in front of a camera. The program receives the images from the camera and draws a saled down, 32 by 30 pixel isometric version. On each beat from the metronome, the scrubber… Read More InkQuencer Lets You Draw Step-Sequenced Music
http://vimeo.com/8707261 Ewelina Aleksandrowicz’s Barbwired is a wearable art project that uses two wearable tech garments – what we call techno hoodies – stitched with FSRs ( force sensitive resistors ) and patches of conductive thread, to turn foreplay into weird electronic music: “Sensual feelings, toxic obsessions, intense emotions” Aleksandrowicz says, “are translated through physical contact… Read More Techno Hoodies Turn Foreplay Into Weird Electronic Music
Theremin project – First part – Detecting something in my hand with less errors was uploaded by: wax78
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This interview with electronic music pioneer Don Buchla is part of a series created by the Red Bull Music Academy.
Giuseppe Guerriero’s Physical Sequencer is a grid-based, human-scale interface that allows you to transform your movements and gestures into techno-trance sounds. It features 56 proximity sensors arranged in a 7×8 grid that convert the gestures into music via a software. via YankoDesign