Wednesday, July 14, 2010

3 computer studies


Here are three studies that I performed this evening. The sounds are impulses read from a buffer that is being read and recorded. The speed at which the read head is moving through the buffer is determined by the amplitude of the noise in the room. This is ideal for a person, in a room alone with headphones. I would like to make a compelling stereo placement tool as part of this performance tool, but that has not happened yet. That being the case, these are mono pieces, which happen to have two tracks.


#1 (4:26)



#2 (7:46)




#3 (10:18)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, what defines the output dB of the pulse read from the buffer?

7/14/2010 03:07:00 AM  
Blogger christopher jette said...

The dB is essentially the result of what sample is being read from the buffer. The overall dB is constant.

7/14/2010 08:57:00 AM  

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