eShofar1 (2001 – 2005) is held by the right hand, enclosed within an I-Cube sensor glove. Finger movements upon the body of the shofar thus control the filtering and other sound processing, that is achieved by means of a custom designed Max/MSP software interface. The sounds played on the shofar are mic’d, enhanced and transformed by means of digital sound processing. eShofar2 (2005) uses complex algorithms to create a chaotic improvisational system based on the live performed sounds of the shofar.
Bob Gluck: designer
Incorporated I-Cube glove and digitizer by Infusion Systems