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The Insect Orchestra, via JvGrieken, is an experimental music project, done for at HKU School of Fine Arts Utrecht.

It uses an Arduino to process the inputs from the light sensitive resistors and outputs it as a MIDI message. Software on the computer then turns this value into the corresponding note.

All the sounds are made in Ableton Live and in the second part of the video you can hear the 4 different modes, instruments, synthesis, samples and drums.

 

Remember FaceOSC – the app that lets you use the facial ‘gestures’ to control music apps?

Peter Kirn shared another example of facial synth control yesterday, embedded above, which captures some experiments by FreeKa Tet.

If that doesn’t make you want to give up trying to look cool with a keytar and take up facial synth control, check out this video of Kostia Rapoport, experimenting with FaceOSC, TouchOSC & Ableton Live: Read more…