Fells, N. (2006) phonocollusion. [Compositions]

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phonocollusion is a work for solo laptop and spatial sound displacement. It explores the manipulation and projection of recorded sounds 'at a distance', which can be interpreted in different ways (e.g. sound projection in a room, projection into different spaces, or across networks to or from remote locations). It comprises a Max patch with library of recorded source sounds, but can also be used with live input from microphones or other laptop musicians. It was performed at the ISSUE Project Room, NYC 2006; as part of collaborative internet performance into the t-u-b-e klanggalerie, Munich 2006, Langen Nacht der Musik, with Oliver Augst, Nils Butmann, Wolfgang Dorninger, Klaus Schedl and Axel-Frank Singer; with nerve 8, at the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference, DMU Leicester 2007; and broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Hear and Now, August 2007. It was featured in documentary The Colour of Sound, dir. Vincent Hunter, La Belle Allée Productions 2008, which won the Best Film Trophy of the 2008 SCINEMA Festival of Science Film, Brisbane Australia.

Item Type:Compositions
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Fells, Professor Nick
Authors: Fells, N.
Subjects:M Music and Books on Music > M Music
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Culture and Creative Arts > Music
Publisher:ISSUE Project Room/t-u-b-e klanggalerie Munich
Copyright Holders:Nick Fells
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