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Masses & Sea Motions

a Music Film and a Digital Single Release

 | pall youhideme
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"Collisions is a cybernetic utopia became real with a unique interactive computer music technology created by Leonello Tarabella (saxophonist and computer music researcher at the National Council of Research in Italy), combined with the organic and versatile drumming of Alessandro Baris (musician and composer known for his works and collaborations with L'Altra, The Somnambulist, Caboto)."
Taking their name after "the opposition between the advance technology of Tarabella and the primordial sound of Baris' drums", this music short film goes from sunset to twilight, exactly embracing the lush, synthetic melodies weaved by Tarabella's hands over a futuristic sound device, fusing with the metronome geometry capitalized by Baris. Tarabella moves as a orchestra scientist and musician at the same time. Developed by Tarabella himself, his device consists of two gesture recognition systems, Palm Driver and Handel, an "interactive computer music performance by controlling sound processing and sound synthesis programs both affecting melody, timber or effects" (more details after the jump).
Brilliantly shot in the suggestive Theatre of Silence in Tuscany, if you got tired watching over and over Pink Floyd 1975 Live in Pompei, that's definitely your cup of tea. Or, simply, if you dig flying drones and good instrumental, filmic music. Buy it here.

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