STEIM/Sonology experiment – Soprano improvisation

Experimental improvisation to explore my electro-acoustic setup of gesture controllers and sound manglers (M4L, Max, MiniBee) for live electro-acoustic improvisation.
This is one of the first times I tried it with my soprano saxophone.
Controlling- and playing modes here still are quite separated; interaction takes place by reaction to the automated mangling sequence created with the gesture controller, which then again is sampled and mangled and reacted to.
New version should allow for better integration of modes.
No pre-recorded sounds.

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