Re: Daily Inspiration for the Sound Designer
Posted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:53 pm
You just need to find 24 friends with melodicas... ;)
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It's a very techy way to create generative music! Though I don't see the difference between using electrodes and a mouse!Martin Walker wrote:Activating Memory, from Eduardo Miranda
A performance piece for 8 participants: a string quartet and BCMI quartet. BCMI stands for Brain Computer Music Interface.
The BCMI quartet involves four persons wearing a brain cap furnished with electrodes to read information from the brain of 4 persons. During the performance, the BCMI quartet generates musical scores to be performed by the string quartet in real-time: each member of the BCMI quartet generates an individual part for a musician of the string quartet.
The piece lasts for approximately 20 minutes and has two movements. Each time the piece is played it will sound different. Learn more about this music and research at: http://neuromusic.soc.plymouth.ac.uk/
:thumbup: :clap:ReadySaltedChris wrote:This is rather good...