Peering Through Jason Saunders

Peering Through is a live recording of a fully improvised solo performance, recoded in my home studio in Mississauga (Ontario) in March 2019. This piece is representative of a broader, live performance practice. The aim is to integrate acoustic and synthesized sound sources into an organic and responsive live performance with the use hardware sequences, effects and loopers. No virtual instruments or pc-based effects are used. This performance process allows the composer the freedom to explore many aspects of sound, music and expression that offer the excitement of playing while providing enough technical and sonic limitations to warrant creative, real-time compositional problem-solving.

  • Year of composition: 2019
  • Genre: Electroacoustics
  • Format: Live recording
  • Hardware used: Sound Sources: 2012 American Deluxe Ash Body Fender Stratocaster, Elektron Analog4, Arturia Drumbrute, Ensoniq ASRX; Signal Processors: Line 6 Helix, TC Helicon Voicelive 3, Boss RC-300; MIDI Control Interfaces: Arturia Keystep, Arturia Beatstep Pro; Mixer: Soundcraft Lx7ii; Audio Interface (AD converter): Steinberg UR28M
  • Software used: Cubase 9.5 – one stereo pair for main mix, one mono for kick only (level slightly adjusted post-recording)
  • Duration of the submitted work: 14:23
  • Production: March 2019 - Mississauga, Ontario - Home Performance Studio

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