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Auþiome (last edited: 2019)

Adrian Artacho

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Aubiome for saxophone and live electronics is the result of a four-year research project aiming to explore the possibilities of live electronics from a integrated approach. We argue that, in the specific case of live electronics, where the borders between composer, performer and instrument builder often dissolve, the creative workflow may need to be revisited. The initial proposition was that a performer-based system of live electronics would look and sound distinctly different from what a composer would design. The search for musical spontaneity became the central focus, and the work’s formal structure emerged from that working process. We strove to achieve some degree of organic interaction between man and machine, the right amount to preserve the agency of the performer while at the same time granting the computer enough variability. The result of this research is what we call a “performer-centric” approach to the design of electronics systems. We came to the conclusion that applying real-time processing strategies to an acoustic instrument like the saxophone is often more of an nstrument-building process than it is a compositional one. Rather than suggesting a general model, we offer an alternative way of bridging the gap between composer and performer in the context live electronics.
typeresearch exposition
date04/01/2018
last modified02/03/2019
statusprogress
share statuspublic
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/420337/420338


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