The first round of Red Bull Music Academy just wrapped up in Tokyo, Japan. As usual, RBMA used their resources the explore exciting new possibilities in music and technology.
RBMA brought producers TOKiMONSTA and Just Blaze to a traditional sushi restaurant in Tokyo. Native Instruments set up a camera that connected to the musicians’ existing setup. This camera read the color of sushi plates, triggering various sequences.
TOKiMONSTA places sushi on the conveyor belt while adding live effects. Just Blaze triggers sequences while eating the sushi.
Watch the “making-of” video below. The full videos are available on RBMA’s website.
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