OpenMusic multiplication

OM Melodic Multiplication

This OpenMusic patch takes two input chords (X and Y), and “multiplies” them together, producing a contour of pitches that present the notes of Y at each pitch level of X, similar to the multiplicative properties found in Boulez’s ‘Le Marteau”.  The resultant material is presented as chords and exploded melody. Contact me if you’re interested […]

Portrait Concert in Münster – ensemble:hörsinn (2014)

On June 10, ensemble:hörsinn presented a portrait concert of my work at the BlackBox in Münster, Germany. The pieces performed were “Stalking the Wild Moon” performed by Gereon Voß, “through autumn into winter” performed by Pavel Tseliapniou and Deborah Rawlings, “Solstice2” by Deborah Rawlings, “the Strand (3.262)” played by Norbert Fabritius, and “die Grenzen der Sprache” an […]

“durch den Spiegel” (2013)

durch den Spiegel  [through the mirror] is a reference to the surreal world of Lewis Carroll’s Alice. Familiar, real world sounds are mixed and juxtaposed against impossible mutations and warping of those sounds.  While not meant to narrate any specific story, a sense of motion is created through the continually changing kaleidoscope of unsettled sounds. Stereo […]

Open Music chordal cascades

OM Chordal cascades

This is anOpenMusic patch that takes an input chord, and creates three cascading streams of arpeggiation from those notes.  The contour of the notes (ascending, descending, waves, etc. ) and their speeds  (accelerating, decelerating, etc.) are all individually controllable with BPFs.  Each line can be exported to XML.  A very useful patch.       […]

OM spectral calc

OM Spectral calc

This one is like the Max.MSP patch posted here, but the notation is much improved due to the OM implementation.  Not much to this patch really, since OM already has such great built in generative functions.  FM synth, Harmonic stretching, etc. Contact me if you’re interested in downloading this patch.             […]

OM Rhythmicizer

This patch will take an input chord, and “rhythmicize” it by extracting several adjacent chord members and grouping them into a new chord progression.   The resultant progression is completely based upon the input chord.  Durations are random, but an option is included for varying the % possibility of “long” chords. Contact me if you’re interested […]

“On the Slow Side of Light” (2008). for two channel digital audio.

Concrète piano sounds serve as the connecting factor between the four main sections of this work. The opening consists of dry manipulated sounds, followed by an accelerando section in which a short piano figure is looped and increased in speed (to over 10,000bpm) until the figure morphs into a continuous timbre, and is then abruptly […]