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Amazing MIDI-controlled machine [Project]
posted January 13 2014 12:09.45 by spic0m

Although not a great fan of this kind of music the video clip is intriguing enough to worth post it.

" 'Tantra' is the new single from Timo Maas, taken from his latest artist album, 'Lifer. The video for the single, created by Daito Manabe, Motoi Ishibashi, Muryo Homma and Youichi Sakamoto (rhizomatiks) includes a machine that uses Arduino controlled ball dispensers, motorised rotating steel plates and LED lights to create a nexus between electronic music and a sound responsive mechanical object.

'Tantra' track was first deconstructed into MIDI parts, the data that specified notation, pitch and velocity. Each control signals are used as parameters -volume, vibrato, audio panning, cues- to run through the machine to control its movement."

[Link: Creative Applications]

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