Sound-Machines: Computer-Robot-Played Instruments

Sound-Machines made by Festo came play by 2007. The composition is very interesting and was made by Elena-Kats Chernin. Music that touches the borders of experimental, pop-appeal and classical music. Music for robots is, what I think, a very interesting opportunity to enhance the level of computer-based music.

A similar work from the artworld is the computer-played band by Jeremy Boyle. The example showed here is playing the guitar with picks and switches.

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Tags: music, homebrew, sound, sculpture, art, festo, germany, pneumatic
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