My quest of reflecting throughout my creative work upon a pluralistic world and multifaceted society, has led me to the study and exploration of musical forms that diverge from dialectical paradigms deeply explored during the last few centuries of music history.
Throughout my artistic research carried out at the CMT, essentially, I am looking for a way to formalize in my creative work a compositional framework that allow me to integrate and develop multiple micro temporal structures, each coming from somewhat diverse aesthetical standpoints and therefore, informed by its ‘own’ intrinsic sonic qualities.
Thus, my artistic doctoral research focus on the study of musical applications of different digital spatialization engines and the development of high-level control interfaces that allow me to shape in detail divers multichannel sound spatialization/diffusion systems; as well as to control its evolution and iteration over the time of the musical work just as any other musical parameter (harmony for example).
In this second doctoral concert, we will hear some of the result of this research, in particular, the outcome of the musical experimentation with real-time electronic processing of acoustic instruments and its diffusion through a Distance-based amplitude panning (DBAP) multichannel system.
Max Savikangas, viola
Mikko Raasakka, bass clarinet
Adrian Rigopulos, double bass
Juan de Dios Magdaleno, composition and electronics
Juan de Dios Magdaleno: Prelude – solo electronics
New work for female voice and electronics
Intermezzo – fixed media
The fragility of time – for bass clarinet, viola and electronics
Postlude – solo electronics
Further information: Anna Huuskonen
Music – of a more recent variety
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