The RoboSax Project (1991-2001): Forms of performer/machine interaction works by Johathan Mustard and Lindsay Vickery
Faculty of Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
Since 1990 Jonathan Mustard and I have been creating a body of work for solo wind instrument (acoustic or electronic) and interactive electronics. This paper gives an overview of these works and their exploration of interaction and control issues between the performer and machine. It discusses the evolution of the continuing project through the use of software and hardware from the Yamaha TX81z, through MAX to MAX/MSP.