Portfolio of Compositions investigating ensemble improvisation, distributed and real-time scoring, and multi-nodal input and output

Justin Yang

    Research output: Non-textual formComposition

    Abstract

    This output is a collection of compositions which explore issues of ensemble improvisation, ensemble management and orchestration, real-time and distributed scoring, multi-nodal inputs and outputs, and animated and graphic notation. Compositions include: Activities I; tutti, duet, trio, solo, quartet; Lewitt Notations I; Webwork I; and Sometimes I feel the space between people (voices) in terms of tempos. These compositions are presented in computer animated scores which are synchronized through the network and subject to real-time modification and control. They can be performed by ensembles distributed over large physical spaces connected by the network. The scores for these compositions include software which displays the animations to the performers, software to structure and disseminate score events, and triggering software that allows the control of a performance to be distributed. Scores can also include live electronics which are coordinated with graphic events.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of Publicationhttp://www.somasa.qub.ac.uk/~jyang/portfolio/Justin_Yang/Welcome.html
    PublisherUnknown Publisher
    Publication statusPublished - 14 Jun 2012

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