Ruptures and continuities of rhythms and tones are the two root principles of Cadences. Sound objects interrupt the development of rhythmic sequences that can start again a little further on. These interruptions leave residue in the form of sound objects whose behavior is determined algorithmically. These residues are then used in the musical structure of the piece. The objects, sometimes tonal, form themselves when the melodic motifs attract our attention and which are then, in turn, interrupted by rhythmic sequences.
These disruptions emerge from a certain auditory comfort and require us to refocus our attention on sequences that then appear.
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