[Trombone-l] Asimo conducts Detroit

Ray Horton rayhorton at insightbb.com
Thu May 29 12:33:00 CDT 2008


Absolutely.


RBH

Stroeher, Michael wrote:
> I've known human conductors like this, too.
>
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> Michael Stroeher
> Professor of Low Brass
> Department of Music
> Marshall University
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>
> If tis is your first exposure to this gimmick, you haven't read that the
> robot's moves are copied from the orchestra's assistant conductor
> leading the piece at a rehearsal months earlier.  The robot cannot
> respond to anything going on around it.  It is, in other words, a
> walking, talking version of the same type of robotic arms that have been
> building cars on assembly lines for years.  I'm not impressed.
>
>
> Raymond Horton
>
>
> Howard Spindel wrote:
>   
>> And he does it all without the score, too!
>>
>> I can't tell on my tinny computer speakers whether that's a horn or a
>> trombone playing the first solo theme.  But it's nice.
>>
>> Howard
>>
>> At 07:31 PM 5/28/2008, billdin at comcast.net wrote:
>>
>>     
>>> I have absolutely no trouble following this guy, unlike some homo
>>> sapiens I can think of.
>>>
>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cf5szwz6Qzc=http://7.gmodules.com/ig/ifr <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cf5szwz6Qzc&eurl=http://7.gmodules.com/ig/ifr>
>>>
>>> Bill Dinwiddie
>>>       
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