Game music that responds to your actions can be a magical thing. I'm talking about sneaking through enemy lines accompanied by an eerie string quartet, or cresting a hill while the scenery and music swell around you. Joost van Dongen, the man behind Proun and Cello Fortress, recently did an experiment with live soundtrack improvisation that makes for interesting reading.Dongen and his fellow improviser Rene…
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I can already see the Daily Mail headlines. "Do You Know If Your Child Is Playing Cello?" Sensationalist articles about the dangers of celloing in the playground, the scourge of gaming and its insidious links to orchestral music. Because there's more information about Cello Fortress.
8 years ago
The diagram above and the video below are both proof of Cello Fortress, a multiplayer game where four players use tanks to attempt to break into a fortress protected by a cellist, is thing that is real. But I'm calling foul. What's more likely? That the maker of the pretty racing game Proun has managed to turn the music a cello creates into a gaming…