In this article, the author considers three compositional approaches for multi-channel spatialisation. Each strategy is oriented towards embodying the individual loudspeakers as musical presences, rather than dematerialising them in a simulated ambience - each loudspeaker is associated with its own monaural material. The author illustrates his approach through his own compositions Strain (1999), Questions and Fissures (1999), and Hero and Leander (2003).
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(English)Burns, Christopher (2001). Realizing Lucier and Stockhausen: Case Studies in Electroacoustic Performance Practice
Burns, Christopher (2002a). Realizing Lucier and Stockhausen: Case Studies in the Performance Practice of Electroacoustic Music
Burns, Christopher (2002b). Tracing Compositional Process: Software Synthesis Code as Documentary Evidence