MalLo March: A Live Sonified Performance With User Interaction
Wolf, KatieAnna E.
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In this extended abstract we present a new performance piece titled MalLo March that uses MalLo, a predictive percussion instrument, to allow for real-time sonification of live performers. The piece consists of two movements where in the first movement audience members will use a web application and headphones to listen to a sonification of MalLo instruments as they are played live on stage. During the second movement each audience member will use an interface in the web app to design their own sonification of the instruments to create a personalized version of the performance. We present an overview of the hardware and interaction design, highlighting various listening modes that provide audience members with different levels of control in designing the sonification of the live performers.