Godman, Rob


Recreating the Real, Realizing the Imaginary - A Composers Preoccupation with Acoustic Space

eContact!, vol. 7, no. 2. Montréal: CEC.

URL: http://cec.concordia.ca/econtact/Harvest_Moon/files/Godman.pdf

Language(s): English


Sound Transformation Spatialisation Computer Music Live Electronics Mixed Work Sound Installation


After a short history of spatial use in music throughout the centuries, the author presents two of his works: the sound installation Solid and Inside the Eye of Silence for harpsichord and live electronics. He focuses on how he develops a modeling approach to Vitruvian (Roman Architect) concepts using MAX/MSP.

All references of the same author:


Godman, Rob (2002). Ambient Sound and Resonating Spaces
Godman, Rob (2004b). The Enigma of Vitruvian Resonating Vases and the Relevancs of the Concept for Today