ERIKM : Variations Opportunistes

  • フォーマット: CD [rnd08]
  • 重量: 0.09kg
  • レーベル: Ronda

1,980円

売り切れ
ストラビンスキー等のネタ、約5秒をプロセッシングして、スクラッチして。。。。。
eRikmらしい作品ですよ。



Tracklist
1 Correlation I 8:24
2 Source C.I 0:13
3 Correlation II 10:02
4 Generescence - Soustractive 8:05

Credits
Composed By, Artwork By ? eRikm
Mastered By ? Jerome Decque
Other [Translator] ? Barbara Silverstone

Notes
From Inner cover:

Variations Opportunistes was composed and created using a digital process: frames are blocked and repeated using a digital anomaly in a CD player and sound glitches are fragmented and recorded on a CD format.
Diverse sound fragments are treated variably (frequency, range, amplitude, speed...).
The instrumental game consists of using different scratch and manipulation techniques in cuts, crescendos or descendos over variable speeds. These sound conditions are mixed simultaneously with several category of sound syntheses. The result is "surgical" work on harmonic details, the sound frequency and its range and the defragmentation of sound (subtractive or additive synthesis, etc.) based o preexistig music for soloists or ensembles.

Correlation I
Source Jean-Philippe Rameau - Time 0.00" to 0.05".
The original source of music was downloaded from the internet. The 8.24 minutes of this track were composed from a 5-second fragment of preexisting music. This cell focuses on an interplay of speed, fragmentary movement and time.

Correlation II
Source : Igor Stravinsky - Time 0.07" to 0.12".
The original source of music was downloaded from the internet.
The 10 minutes of this track were composed from a 5-second fragment of preexisting music. This cell focuses an interplay of speed, fragmentary displacement and time.

Generescence Soustractive
Source: Accumulation and repetition of a complex variable sound. This features several states of subtractive synthesis of the sound source, which were then reorganized and composed.

This work was created during studies that began in 1997 on the generation and degeneration of sound frequency (sound synthesis) based on a preexisting sound or music set on a digital audio CD.
The first research was based on the reuse of domestic CD players. This involved work on the very surface of optical supports (CD), the manipulation of optical heads (prism) and the use of diverse transparent materials, such as silicone or oily substances.
CD: Zygosis (Sonoris 1999) was partially created with this concept.
MINI CD: Frame (Cinema pour l'oreille - Metamkine - 1999) was entirely created with this concept.
CD: Steme (composed in 2003 and edited by Room40 in 2007) also features this process. This process was also used for diverse composition, as well as my visual art and video projects.

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