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  • Young, John (Conference)
    This paper presents a discussion of the motivations and techniques used in the author’s electroacoustic work Sju. The piece is based on digital recordings of a Swedish word that, in daily Swedish, is pronounced in two ...
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Programme note:This work attempts to embody my feelings about the way the natural sound world has a profound role in electroacoustic music. In one sense the forms, patterns and associations of environmental phenomena are ...
  • Young, John (Conference)
    This paper departs from critical discussion of the concepts and terminology used by Denis Smalley to outline the ‘spectromorphological’ approach to the listening process. It then seeks to elaborate and apply salient aspects ...
  • Young, John (Article)
    In electroacoustic music we have the capacity to manipulate sound in an unprecedented number of dimensions - especially to transform, disassemble and remix both natural and digitally created sound-objects over time. This ...
  • Young, John (Recording, musical)
    A swing was one of my favourite childhood playthings. Its gentle motion and plaintive sound opened for me a very intimate world of contemplation, fantasy and imagination. This piece could be thought of as a sonic environment ...
  • Young, John (Conference)
    An outline of the origins of the Victoria University [of Wellington] Electroacoustic Music Studios is given, especially in relation to continued emphasis on the use of environmental sound sources. Descriptions of current ...
  • Virtual 
    Young, John (Recording, musical)
    Virtual attempts to convey the idea of an illusory soundscape set in vibrant motion by the wind — an invisible and capricious source of energy for the ‘virtual’ objects in the space, the exact nature of which we are left ...
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    Young, John (Recording, musical)
    The core research idea in this work is to address the problem of integrating electroacoustic redesign of instrumental sound spectra within a live performance context. The piece consists of 70 pre-composed sound files ...