Abstract-shaping

Sound Production and Manipulation [SPM]  ]

This term designates operations in the studio that alter the natural and referential character of a sound, extracting from it referential criteria, presenting a more abstract musical potential more abstract than its original reference. Transformations of any order, like filtering, enveloping, or pitch-shifting alter sounds by partially of totally removing traces of their original causes. (Source - Rodolfo Caesar (1992). The Composition of Electroacoustic Music. PhD Thesis, University of East Anglia.)

 

See also:

Abstract Sound, Referential Sound, Schaefferian Theory, Spectromorphology

 

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