Timecode-Vinyl and Kinect – Bureau Del Sol – New Version


New Version of “Bureau Del Sol”

For timecode-vinyl, kinect and two musicians.

 

The live-input of the percussion and saxophone is the (only) source material for the live-electronics, which are controlled by timecode-vinyl and a Kinect.

The video shows a concert in Berlin, July 2011.

 

More infos at http://alexanderschubert.net/

and for the piece at http://www.alexanderschubert.net/works/bureau_del_sol.php

and a downloadable version of the video at: http://www.alexanderschubert.net/media/Alexander_Schubert_-_Bureau_del_Sol_2011.mp4

 

 

The live-input of the percussion and saxophone is the (only) source material for the live-electronics, which are controlled by timecode-vinyl and a Kinect.


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January 6, 2016 | 6:45 am

Hello,

Thanks for sharing. It’s a great project.

Which timecode-vinyl vinyl did you use and how did you get timecode-vinyl info into Max-MSP?
Cheers! thakns

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