Spatialising Threads/Hallucinations: Closing the Gap Between Installation and Performance
Threads/Hallucinations is a musical work that combines sound installation and live performance using an eight-speaker array. The work uses spatialisation as a means to control the performance, provide an immersive listening experience and extend musical composition parameters. The work draws on spatial and electronic music composition techniques, sound art installation and site-specific sounds. This paper will outline some key influences on the creation of this work as well as outlining concepts and methodologies for incorporating spatial techniques within the field of electronic music
& Tan, K.
Spatialising Threads/Hallucinations: Closing the Gap Between Installation and Performance.
Sound Scripts, 3(1).
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