ElectroNEC : experiments in live electronic processing : March 5, 2008, 6:00 p.m.

New England Conservatory of Music Electronic Music Studio


1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Features work by NEC composers and performers enrolled in the Electroacoustic Music II course (taught by John Mallia) which focuses on the combination of acoustic instruments and real-time signal processing. For a variety of acoustic instruments with a diversity of approaches to processing and interaction including sound triggered by motion detection, improvisational work utilizing vintage synthesizers, and unusual processed sound sources such as live cell phone calls and blown bottles.
Flute and electronics / Salfelder -- Improvisation with ARP 2600 synthesizer / Moldof -- Electric guitar, processing and prerechorded sounds / Cocheo -- Saxophone and electronics / Youn Hong -- Clarinet, prerecorded sound, and electronics / Shan Ma -- Narration, piano, synthesizer / Lane -- Trumpet and electronics / Alford -- Clarinet, prerecorded sound and electronics / Ting Pang -- Live cell phone conversation with processing / Burton ; Ling -- Flute and electronics / Heinrichs ; Oppenheimer -- Narration and electronics / Zaun Lin -- Violin and electronics / Guo -- Piano and electronics / Park -- Flute, prerecorded sound, and electronics / Yu Huang -- Blown bottles and electronics / Glicksman.
Compact disc.
Recorded in Brown Hall.

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