Keyword(s):Acoustic Model , Mapping , Spectromorphology , Structural Analysis
In this article, the author notes that there is not a commonly accepted notational model that approximates the structural dynamics of electroacoustic music, in particular, attributes such as spatialisation that fall outside of two dimensional graphic scoring techniques. In addressing this situation he proposes a systems dynamic model that is based on spectromorphology as way of explaining sound shapes. The model is designed as an aid to composition as it maps a dynamic taxonomy for structural listening, capturing a formal rather than semiotic discourse.
All references of the same author:
(English)Whalley, Ian (2000). Applications of System Dynamics Modelling to Computer Music
Whalley, Ian (2004). PIWeCS: Enhancing human/machine agency in an interactive composition system
Whalley, Ian (2005). Traditional New Zealand Mäori Instruments, Composition and Digital Technology: Some recent collaborations and processes