Apax Alexis Langevin-Tétrault

Apax reflects a creative process marked by a desire to disconcert my usual composition reflexes. The work consists essentially of different variations of a single sound. It demonstrates a search for variation in continuity with the gradual changes of timbre and spatialization. This octophonic piece was composed with the spatialization tools developed by Robert Normandeau’s research group at Montréal University (GRIS). Apax won Métamorphoses 2016 prize (Musiques & Recherche’s) in the student category.

Source: 2017

  • Year of composition: 2016
  • Genre: Electroacoustics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Hardware used: Un enregistrement d’un son de métal à l’aide de microphones AKG et Neumann et différents traitements audionumériques.
  • Software used: Logic X Serum (Xfer Records) OctoGRIS Plug-in de Glitchmachines
  • Duration of the submitted work: 8:02
  • Production: Home
  • Disc publication: CD, Concours Métamorphoses 2016, Fondation Musiques & Recherches.

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