Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Australasian Computer Music Association

Faculty

Faculty of Education and Arts

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) / Music Research Group

RAS ID

15375

Comments

This article was originally published as: James, S. G. (2012). From Autonomous to Performative Control of Timbral Spatialisation. Proceedings of Australasian Computer Music Conference (ACMC). (pp. 31-38). Griffith University, Australia. Australasian Computer Music Association . Original article available here

Abstract

Timbral spatialisation is one such process that requires the independent control of potentially thousands of parameters (Torchia, et al., 2003). Current research on controlling timbral spatialisation has focussed either on automated generative systems, or suggested that to design trajectories in software is to write every movement line by line (Normandeau, 2009). This research proposes that Wave Terrain Synthesis may be used as an effective bridging control structure for timbral spatialisation, enabling the performative control of large numbers of parameter sets associated with software. This methodology also allows for compact interactive mapping possibilities for a physical controller, and may also be effectively mapped gesturally

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