Philippe Geiss is currently teaching saxophone at the Strasbourg (France) conservatory of music as well as performing with various artists. He recently introduced Karlax to the conservatory and wishes to use it as a creative tool for composition and audiovisual experimentations with his students.
His feeling about Karlax :
« Karlax is an incredible link between music and visual arts, this magic wand redefines our expressivity. Gestures become sounds, and sounds connect with images. It is such a fun experience to feel the sounds spinning around the audience following your gestures and to see images come alive from your fingertips. For the first time, the artist can master in realtime the development of a movie! And this is just a start, my imagination alreday feeds numerous projects that will soon be achieved thanks to Karlax. It is an amazing dream machine…«
Strasbourg conservatory of Music