In July Metier released grist (msv28542) featuring five works by artists associated with SARU that were developed with Jos Zwaanenburg while he was a Research Fellow at Oxford Brookes University. Stephen Cornford’s work flute feed is an indeterminate composition for flute, resonating piano and a digital feedback system. The flautist’s signal is played back through the piano’s soundboard and re-recorded in real time. Efthymios Chatzigiannis’ work Broken Mirrors explores the sonic potential of the flute using Max/MSP; Paul Dibley’s Organ grinder combines live performance, samples, real-time signal processing and computer generated material; whilst Paul Whitty’s two works, Does the body rule the mind or does the mind rule the body? and Has the world changed or have i changed?, explore signal processing using contact microphones and an array of effects pedals amplifying the sound of Jos’ contact with the instrument. Details and sounds here.

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  1. Muhammad Tariq April 19, 2017

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