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Wishart, Trevor

From Architecture to Chemistry


Monday 14 March 2005, by Pierre Couprie

The author presents how the developments of recording and computer-based sound-manipulation changed the compositional process. He focuses on spectral transformation in his work VOX-5 and he continues with an example of a Phase Vocoder transformation. His premise is that music is now more like chemistry where individual elements can be combined to create new entities than architecture which is based primarily on structure.

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