Composer - Performer - Sound Designer
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Piano and electronics (Kyma processed piano sounds)
Computer processed voices
Commissioned by the University of Illinois to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Electronic Music Studios at UIUC
Published on UIUC CD: In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the University of Illinois Experimental Music Studios (1958-2008), 2008.
Trumpet & flugelhorn, and Kyma processing.
Published: Flamethrower, Stephen Ruppenthal, trumpet & flugelhorn. Ravello Records, 7954, 2017.
Violin and Kyma
Published: Ghost Strings, Patricia Strange, violin. IMG Media, CD-02-01, 2006.
Percussion ensemble (9 performers)
Score published: Warner Brothers Publications / Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp., 2002.
Published: The Frog Peak Collaborations Project, a double audio CD international compilation of 115 short compositions on a sound text by Australian sound poet Chris Mann, Frog Peak Music, FP007 (1998).
computer-processed trombone mute sounds
Published: Music from the Center for Research in Electro-Acoustic Music, Consortium to Distribute Computer Music CD series, Volume 26, Centaur Records CRC 2404 (1998).
trombone quartet, 1992
Score published by International Trombone Association Press (distributed by Warwick Music)
Published: SCI CD No. 11: Chamber Works, Janis Mercer, piano. Capstone Records, CPS-8651 (1998).
Score published in SCI Journal of Music Scores, Vol. 24, European American Music/C.F. Peters, (1998).
'Musique Concrète Choir: An Interactive Performance Environment for Any Number of People' (co-authored withWilliam Walker, PhD, Mozilla Corporation). Accepted for publication: Proceedings of the 2016 Web Audio Conference (Atlanta, GA, April 4-6, 2016). Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, GA.
'Birds of a Feather (Les Oiseaux de Même Plumage): Dynamic Soundscapes using Real-time Manipulation of Locally Relevant Birdsongs' (co-authored with William Walker, PhD, Mozilla Corporation). In Proceedings of the 2015 Web Audio Conference (Paris, France, January 26-28, 2015). IRCAM, Paris.
‘System of Shadows, an interactive performance environment for trumpet/flugelhorn and Kyma’ (co-authored with Stephen Ruppenthal, composer, Senior Director, SONY Corporation)
Proceedings of the 2010 International Computer Music Conference (New York, NY), International Computer Music Association, 2010, pp. 34-40.
‘Theoretical and formal continuity in James Tenney’s music’
Contemporary Music Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, Routledge (London), February 2008, pp. 23-45.
‘Live performance interaction for humans and machines in the early twenty-first century: one composer's aesthetics for composition and performance practice’
Organised Sound, Vol. 8, No. 3, Cambridge University Press, December 2003, pp. 305-312.
‘Compositional and programming issues Within Lyra, a fully interactive performance environment for violin and Kyma’
Proceedings of the 2003 International Computer Music Conference (Singapore), International Computer Music Association, September 2003,
‘Applying Improvisation Builder to Interactive Composition with MIDI Piano’ (co-authored with William Walker, Ph.D., Apple Computer/Xerox PARC)
Proceedings of the 1996 International Computer Music Conference (Hong Kong), International Computer Music Association, 1996, pp. 386-89.
‘Things You Need to Think About Before You Write Your Next Tape Piece: Discussion in the Style of a Medieval Dialog Between Two Contemporary Composers’ (co-authored with Jim McManus, DMA, Ohlone College)
Journal SEAMUS, Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, Vol. 11, No. 2, November 1996, pp. 4-7.
‘Toward a unification of algorithmic composition, real-time software synthesis, and live performance interaction’
Proceedings of the 1992 International Computer Music Conference (San Jose, CA), International Computer Music Association, 1992, pp. 158-161.
‘Proportional recursive stochastic composition using COMP2, a Smalltalk-80 composition program within the Kyma digital synthesis system’
Proceedings of the 1991 International Computer Music Conference (Montreal, Canada), International Computer Music Association, 1991, pp. 513-516.