Suite für Violoncello & Videoinstallation


Based on Johann Sebastian Bachs “Six Suites for Violoncello Solo” this installation explores the the possibilities of generating interactive sounds and visuals from live recorded material in realtime. Everything you see or hear is either played by the Cellist (Elisabeth Fügemann) or produced from realtime audio- videomanipulation of live recordings. No samples, synths or preproduced material of any kind used.

Programmed entirely in Max/MSP/Jitter.

This video is an excerpt from the first performance of “Suite für Violoncello & Videoinstallation” on 25th of Juli 2012 at the Institute for Music and Media, Düsseldorf, Germany. (musikundmedien.net/)

Elisabeth Fügemann – Violoncello
Felix Rösch – Composition, Video & Programming
Lea Aigner – Camera

Download the score: felixrosch.com/img/suite/Suite.pdf
Download the Max/MSP/Jitter Patch: felixrosch.com/img/suite/SuiteMSP.zip

felixrosch.com

How did this project use Max?

100% made in Max/MSP/Jitter. Running on one MacBook Pro, controlled by one microphone, a kinect, and a footpedal for changing cues...


October 28, 2012 | 6:04 am

Amazing work!
Thank you very much for sharing your score & your patch so we can see how you organized your work!
I’ll study that.
Matthieu


October 31, 2012 | 4:34 am

Beautiful!! Congratulations!!!
Thank you for sharing!


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