Chorus digitalis is the first choir in the world composed of synthetic voices controlled in real time by graphic tablet. The synthetic voice instrument is called Cantor Digitalis. Resulting from research on the gestural control of voice synthesis initiated in 2005 by Christophe d'Alessandro, Chorus digitalis has publically performed for the first time in March 2011 in Vancouver with its designers, Sylvain Le Beux, Boris Doval, Lionel Feugère and Christophe d'Alessandro. The current project is led by Lionel Feugère and Olivier Perrotin.
To know more about it, visit the official webpage of the Chorus Digitalis.