The Red Pill Valentin Stip

The Red Pill, for five-channels, is a piece which explores the acoustic, musical, and perceptive possibilities afforded by the multi-channel point source format, and thereby attempts to break away from a front centric approach to the presentation of music. It does so first, by expressing the boundaries of the perceived ‘acoustic environment’ created by the loudspeakers. These boundaries then dissolve into a sonic exploration of immersive space. Finally, the relationship between our perception of time and our perception of sound is taken up in a final gesture.

Source: 2018

  • Year of composition: 2018
  • Genre: Electroacoustics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Hardware used: Doepfer A-100, Mac OSX, ZOOM H4N
  • Software used: Amadeus Pro, SuperCollider
  • Duration of the submitted work: 2:28

Linked project

  • Addorisio, Bergeron, Boudreau, Famiilirani, Feliz, Fillion, Fresnais, Ghafouri, Horrigan, Isherwood…
    28 tracks

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