[NetBehaviour] Motion-sensing music presentation

Alan Sondheim sondheim at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 17:29:33 CET 2022

This is wonderful!
In a way it does fit in, David Behrman was a member of the ONCE group, and
in maybe 1967 or 8, he played trumpet as part of their concert at Brown
University; his hands - fingers and joints - had sensors which produced a
sonic environment, depending on their relative positions. I remember Ashley
and Mumma were also part of the concert , it was amazing.

Best, Alan, thanks! -

On Wed, Mar 16, 2022 at 7:55 AM Daniele Minns via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:

>  I gave a presentation to music tech students at the SERG sonic arts forum
> at Aberdeen Uni. I spoke about my current project using limb-mounted
> sensors to create soundscapes. In case it's of interest, here's a link to
> the recording. https://vimeo.com/688312797
> I think when people started to ask questions at the end it got more
> interesting. I was asked where my work 'fits in' and I can only think that
> it doesn't?
> I am pondering this and other questions in a blog here:
> https://gaiax2.wordpress.com/
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