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Sounding the Net: Recent Sonic Works for the Internet and Computer Networks

By Peter Traub

Abstract

This article examines a number of recent Internet- and network-based audio pieces with a focus on their compositional underpinnings, and the effect of the Internet and networks on the creative process. The process is discussed in excerpts from online interviews with the creators, and the technical and aesthetic goals of the pieces are described. The article concludes with a discussion of the author’s own recent experience composing groundloops: for solo percussion and internet—as well as an attempt to find areas of intersection and differentiation among the approaches discussed

Topics: Network Music, Internet Composition, Interactive Computer Music, Collective Composition, Web-based Music
Year: 2009
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