[ Computer-resynthetised sound
25.4 x multichannel audio in a hemispherical dome ]
Discrete-composite is a generative sound installation which represents a “constant sequence of spaces” (Leitner 1971) through a superimposed non-vectorial time of events that shape an unmaterial virtual space. The sound has been composed designing algorithmic granular synthesis systems arranged in different synthesis modules based in material properties as morphology, density and colour. The sound creates different discrete and fragmented positions in the room in order to shape abstract architectures through chaotic-based sound trajectories. The spatialisation system varies in intensity, rhythm and movement dynamics.
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