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Controlling a 4-story pipe organ wIth the Kinect

Developer/producer Chris Vik explains a new work, Carpe Zythum, in which he uses aMicrosoft Kinect to conduct a MIDI performance:

I’ve created my own software “Kinectar“, which allows the use of the Kinect to control MIDI devices, ie. playing notes through simple gestures and motion.

The Melbourne Town Hall Organ got a referb in the late 90s adding the ability of MIDI messages to active the notes… and so, this happened.
via Synthtopia

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