Browsing by Subject "acousmatic"

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Browsing by Subject "acousmatic"

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  • Batchelor, Peter (Article)
    This article considers ideas of image and space as they apply to acousmatic music and to sound art, establishing overlaps and compatibilities which are perhaps overlooked in the current trend to consider these two genres ...
  • Aeolian 
    Emmerson, Simon (Recording, musical)
    I have for many years had ideas for a piece based on the notion of Odyssey, that original story of journey – often frustrated – and eventual return. In recent years it has developed and become a multi-part project, encouraged ...
  • Ramsay, Ben (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)
    This research explores the compositional relationships between acousmatic music and electronica in order to offer a way of unifying the two musical forms. The original contribution to knowledge comes from the creation of ...
  • Young, John (Article)
    This paper examines ways in which composers of electroacoustic music can create virtual and surreal sound worlds through: (1) the combination of recognisable sound events which may not normally coexist in physical Reality, ...
  • Young, John (Conference)
    Electroacoustic music technology allows for the creation of distinctive ‘hybrid’ interactions between sounds, since features defining the identity of one sound object (such as dynamic profile or spectral envelope) can be ...
  • Emmerson, Simon (Recording, musical)
    Memory Machine is a ‘concert installation’ piece. It is a variable work which will rarely be heard exactly the same twice. But it has a basic form that remains the same – a beginning, a series of evolving episodes and an ...
  • Atkinson, Simon (Recording, musical)
    A musical composition, commissioned by Radio France/INA-GRM, world premiere given at Auditorium Saint-Germain, Paris, 24th January 2015 as part of the Akousma Festival programme.
  • Emmerson, Simon (Recording, musical)
    What is ‘modernism’? Music was late to have an answer compared with other arts. We hear glimpses of music we think we know; no melody or rhythm, just an instant of ‘colour’, frozen and moving – ‘eternity in a moment’. ...
  • Andean, James (Book chapter)
    Sound plays a unique role in the human perception and conception of space and place. This capacity for sound to trigger this crucial dichotomy is carried over to the sonic arts, which are unique in their ability to include ...