PFTP Pierre-Luc Senécal

The idea for PFTP came to me during the summer of 2013, when I watched, in a single evening, infamous horror movie “A Serbian Film” and a DVD of Pina Bausch’s greatest choreographies. I envisioned how a gore movie would look if it were to be directed by the famous choreographer. The line between terrible brutality and transcending beauty is ever so fine, and PFTP is the musically abstract outtake of this idea. The politically correct acronym for the piece’s title, I leave up to the listener to discover. This acousmatic study in mixing techniques was realized in May 2015 in the University of Huddersfield’s studios, and remixed in 2017. Thanks to Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, and mastering engineer Stéphane Claude and Dominique Bassal.

Source: 2018

  • ISWC (International Standard Musical Work Code): T9185768621
  • Year of composition: 2015
  • Genre: Acousmatics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Hardware used: Waterphone, thundersheet, metal tam tam
  • Software used: Reaper, Graincore,::flux Verb Session
  • Duration of the submitted work: 5:25
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  • Premiere: 2015, Rencontres électroacoustiques Monaco 2015 - concert étudiant
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