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Saxelectro Moving Heads L.P.M. Rome 5.23.13

saxelectro
21.54 pm Thursday 23 May 2013
L.P.M. Edition XIII Rome May 23rd - 26th 2013

Saxelectro Project Live MOVING HEADS
Andreas Mourtzoukos (saxelectro)
L.P.M. Edition XIII May 23rd – 26th 2013
21.54 pm Thursday 23 May
Brancaleone Via Levanna, 13 00141 – Rome
www.brancaleone.eu

MOVING HEADS is an Audiovisual Performance.
Based on Generative Processing in Sound Creation,
Music Composition, Improvisation, and Visuals.
The moving of saxophone controls the musical events, the sound, the vfx, the rate of video playing and the the direction of sound because this project has live surround sound.
The player (saxelectro) controls the audio fx and some of the vfx by the sound of saxophone and improvises according to the music.

Saxophones Thru Electronics Interactive multimedia and Visuals
http://t.co/Ub3m8dG2EM
http://2013.liveperformersmeeting.net/artists/saxelectro/
http://saxelectro.com/spl_projects/moving_heads
http://2013.liveperformersmeeting.net/artists/saxelectro/performances/moving-heads/

How was MAX used?

Ableton Live controls Resolume via O.S.C. protocol which it's much better than midi, to communicate between softwares within your computer. I've made my own Max for Live devices to control Live via bluetooth sensors and other devices to analyse my sax sound and convert it in hertz and midi numbers to control other parameters within Live and to no need to use any other midi controller. MaxMSP it's the head for all that stuff. It's amazing software http://saxelectro.com/build_software

Saxelectro Moving Heads L.P.M. Rome 5.23.13

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