Kinect doing Dubstep using Midi Control

January 4, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The Kinect has now been hacked to allow a user to play a virtual 5 piece drum kit, as well as being able to dance to create music using synthesizers. The software: New Wave Instrument Fabric allows a user to connect both the Kinect and WiiMote up to various Midi devices and control up to 19 midi control channels simultaneously by dancing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e0XaeZSW-g

XBox Kinect hooked up to PC doing dubstep music controlling midi software synth with the right hand and hardware synth + fx processor with the right hand. This has to be the coolest thing I have ever touched, that includes the last motorbike I came off. To play it you have to dance; otherwise you lose sync with the oscillators and beats, I can’t believe how #’@@***ing Sik this is to play with!!!!!!!!

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