おんしつ と 動き Thomas V. Christie

おんしつ と 動き (Onshitsu to Ugoki) is a compositional study of timbre and space, particularly movement. The piece is made almost entirely of subtractive synthesis, with heavy influence of the modulation and manipulation of partials. Familiar sounds are also placed within the piece, but their sonic qualities are transformed into relational outcomes. Some abstract Japanese influences are prevalent in the piece, stemming from the composer’s stay in Sapporo City.

  • Year of composition: 2014
  • Genre: Electroacoustics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Hardware used: David Smith Prophet ‘08 Analog Synthesizer Upright Piano Doepfer A-100 series Analog Modular Synthesizer
  • Software used: Amadeus Pro
  • Duration of the submitted work: 4:24
  • Production: University

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  • Aalders, Ackerman, Arnáez, Barrette, Beauchesne, Carlone, Christie, Côté, Dean, Drweski…
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