I think I missed some of this track, but I've been working with miking a
dancer/performer, and using STEIM's LiSa program, which is essentially a
realtime sampler, to break up and reprocess the realtime sampled sound from
the performer. I've done this in a couple of different pieces now - I
think with a degree of success. Working with a system that captures sound
from the same body that in turn controls it is an extremely powerful idea -
and one I hope to continue to work with.
I'm also working with using sampled text spoken by the performer, again
triggering the samples from her motion.
R i c h a r d P o v a l l
Assoc. Prof of Computer Music and New Media / Chair, TIMARA Dept.
MPO Box 0332 TIMARA/Studio 5
Oberlin, OH 44074-0332 USA Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Voice: +1.440.775.1016 Oberlin College
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