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This is the 2nd visualization version of this audio work by myself.

This is an example of one of my early electronic works from 1977. It was first completely written out in a graphic score and then realized. The composition's sounds were created using the Studio Buchla 200 series (suitcase) Synthesizer at The Grinnell College Electronic Music Studio. Within the score spatial movement and timber were of equal in importance as compositional parameters while other parameters such as pitch or rhythms were slightly less in significance. The organization of the sounds was accomplished solely by splicing all the sound events together using a splice block and Revox Reel-To-Reel; over 1000 splices were used to assemble the entire composition. It was written as a 3 movement work within a opening & closing audio framework.

The visualization was created by myself this year 2010, using primarily Artmatic Pro & V-Track software with a few of the textures derived from G-force.

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Comment by Rachel Leah Walls on September 1, 2010 at 4:30pm
omg I LOVE the sound...and the vision is so subversive, it's kind of funny to have such music with the pleasing image!!! It makes me feel like I forgot something I needed to buy at the grocery store. It's just tugging at the back of my brain...haha! Your audio work is wonderful here :) Bless the old reel to reel...I remember it well...
Comment by Derek Haugen on September 22, 2010 at 2:49pm
this is really cool. mr. strunk, would you like to submit your work to our library & study center in culver city, ca? i would really like to show researchers your work. -derek


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