Spatiality

2014, unknown

Spatialisation of sound has become a central compositional design category of electro-acoustic music and sound art in the 20th century, which is very often used only in the pre-performative composition process. While sound has an inherent spatial dimension, instrumentalists rarely integrate realtime control of spatial parameters into performances.

The integration of controls for spatial sound parameters into instruments opens up a new performative dimension and adds to the experience of a musical instrument because it offers the performer a way to entangle spatial and musical parts in her playing.

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