Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Juan Reyes, Choi-Hung, 1996

Durée de l'enregistrement : 8 min 04 s.
Instruments : Pour bande
Réalisé à : MOX - Advanced Computing Center à l'université Los Andes. Bogota, Colombie.

Autres ressources disponibles :
- Biographie de Juan Reyes
- Compositions par Juan Reyes

À propos de cette composition :

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This is a piece for flute sounds, and modeling of timbres from the far east. In particular the sound of the Shakuhachi. The timbre, for the most, was achieved by using a technique known as Spectral Modeling Synthesis (SMS) developed by Xavier Serra at CCRMA, USA.

The inspirational sources for the piece are a Shakuhachi performance during the 1996 International Computer Music Conference and a subway station in Hong Kong . The environment at the time, the high percentage of humidity, and a hot temperature contributed to the soundscape. SMS provides means for controlling the sound of wind and the vibrations of the wood. This piece was composed at MOX- Center for Advanced Computation at Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota - Colombia.

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