Davidoff uses Cubase’s Chord Pads feature do define chord progressions, and uses the Leap Motion to control inversions and chord versions.… Read More Gestural Arranging With Cubase & A Leap Motion Controller
Here’s a look at expressive performance, using a GECO MIDI & the Leap Motion Controller.… Read More Expressive Performance With GECO MIDI & Leap Motion Controller
This video takes a look at controlling your modular synth like The Lawnmower Man – using a combination of gestural control, virtual reality and some patch cables.… Read More How To Control Your Modular Synth Like ‘The Lawnmower Man’
Keith McMillen Instruments shared this short demo of gestural mixing, using their K-Mix programmable mixer, a Leap Motion controller and Web MIDI. Whether or not you’re interested in gestural mixing, the video demonstrates how the K-MIx’s extensive MIDI support lets it be controlled just about any way that you want.
Jean Marais (MoShang) let us know about a new project, Lyra VR, that combines music sequencing with virtual reality. Lyra is described as ‘a playground for musicians to experiment in, without real world limitations’. Here’s the official video preview:
In this video, composer Hagai Davidoff demonstrates using gestures to create ‘virtual bowing’, in order to add realism to synthesized string performances. Davidoff uses a combination of the Leap Motion controller and GECO MIDI to expressively control virtual instruments. He previously released a video, demonstrating his approach to gestural orchestration. Check it out and let… Read More Virtual Bowing With Gestures (Leap Motion + GECO)
At Moogfest 2014, developer/musician Geert Bevin gave a discussion on Mobile Synthesis & Future Forward Controllers. Bevin has extensive experience working with new music controllers, as both a musician and developer. He’s an early adopter of the Eigenlabs Eigenharp and is also the developer of GECO MIDI, a gestural MIDI control app for the Leap… Read More Mobile Synthesis & Future Forward Controllers
Superstar electronic music producer BT & Dr Richard Boulanger, Professor of Electronic Production and Design at Berklee College of Music, have released a new music app, MUSE, which works with the Leap Motion controller & OS X. The MUSE app gives the user the ability to create ambient electronic music using gestures, captured by the… Read More BT & Dr Richard Boulanger Introduce MUSE, An Ambient Instrument For The Leap Motion