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.
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