Audience's Smartphone Jam Session (excerpt)




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Published on Dec 25, 2013

"Audience's Smartphone Jam Session" (excerpts from the second part and the third part)
by Kita Toshihiro
at Concert6, 2nd International Csound Conference, on October 27th, 2013.
Venue: David Friend Recital Hall, Berklee College of Music, Boston, USA
(movie taken by Gleb Rogozinsky)

This piece is produced live by interaction between Csound and the audience.
Simultaneously up to 16 people can join the interaction using their smartphones (iPhones, Android phones, ..).

The first part (which is not in this movie) is made of many simple decaying tones and the audience can fluctuate the frequencies and the depth of reverb by touching their smartphones.
The second part they can modulate the degree of distortion and the panning position of slowly waving cluster of tones by tilting and moving the smartphones around.
The third (last) part has nothing until each of audience touches his/her smartphone. Every time each person touches, a tone is generated and changes according to where they touch.


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