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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Studying The Composition Of Meta-soundscapes In Ubiquitous Music [projeto Destino Pirilampo: Um Estudo Sobre A Composição De Meta-soundscapes Em Música Ubíqua]
Author: Da Silva L.A.
Novo J.E.F.
Abstract: Ubiquitous music is here understood as a natural derivation of electroacoustic music, in which electronic devices are now ubiquitously interconnected to make music together. With that apparatus, it is now possible to create a soundscape composition made of sonic material from distant and distinct soundscapes. We call that a meta-soundscape. This article presents and discusses the process of creation and development of a sonic art installation entitled "Firefly Destination" (DP) that explores this premiss. DP is a multimodal interactive artwork developed to generate meta-soundscapes. It explores the remote interaction between soundscapes whose material is manipulated in real-time by a single performer. DP uses a VoIP application (voice over internet protocol) to gather sonic information from soundscapes and deliver it to the performer. Together they act as agents of a complex open system where aesthetical meaning emerges by self-organization. Without using recorded sounds, DP creates an interactive artificial meta-soundscape, which is a sonic environment built by a process of ubiquitous music composition of synthetic and natural sound events modulated in real-time by the performer. This work is also an study of sonology.
Editor: Universidade Federal de Goias
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2014
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