Monthly Archives: September 2016
For this piece we are working with a game tracker attached to Sarah’s feet manipulating Byron’s prerecorded French horn samples and a drum pad strapped to her core creating at the moment random noise. The possibilities are endless.
Pure Gliss explores how the acoustic, traditional sounds of the violin can be mutated and conform to the synthetic, modern sounds of technology. As the synthetic sounds become denser, the playing style in turn becomes more perverted, and by the … Continue reading
Live Kitchening A work comprised of music concrete, live music, and manipulation. The concrete sonic sounds are derived from 3 average kitchen sounds — for example, cutting watermelon. While synth adds live music of bamboo flutes, the game track manipulates … Continue reading
Control is about the relationship between a human being and his or her controlling self. Once he or she slays the control freak, she can be free, unified, and at peace. We used the game tracker in a four-slice grid … Continue reading