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Controlling a 4-story pipe organ with the Kinect

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Published on Apr 2, 2012

In this video I briefly explain and demonstrate how I used the Kinect to control the massive Melbourne Town Hall Organ. It contains a short excerpt from our performance "Carpe Zythum" November 2011.

Head to http://ethnotekh.com/ for our current projects.


The company that provided the control system to allow the organ to be played via MIDI are "Solid State Organ System" and can be found here:
http://www.ssosystems.com

The firm that did the stellar job refurbishing the organ itself are "Schantz Organ Company" at:
http://www.schantzorgan.com/

Co-composition and Kinect performance and programming by Chris Vik
Co-composition, lyrics and vocals by Elise Richards

Video produced by Unkle Nicnac Films (unklenicnac.com)

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