Studies for Cello and Computer

This project is a collaboration between composer Wayne Siegel and cellist Henrik Brendstrup, both professors at the Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus.

Wayne Siegel, professor og Henrik Brendstrup, professor

The composer and the cellist are collaborating in developing a new composition for cello and computer with elements of interaction between the performer and the computer. The computer offers numerous possibilities for intuitive interaction with a musician in a live performance situation. Studies for Cello and Computer is a work in progress consisting of three studies. Custom software was developed by the composer in the Max/MSP programming environment for each of the three studies: Chase, Dive and Crash.

Click below to view Sigel’s poster from RAMA’s research seminar 2013