A Dynamic Model of Metric Rhythm in Electroacoustic Music

International Computer Music Conference. The possibilities offered by electronic composition tools, while liberating, make difficult the dynamic use of organized rhythm in electroacoustic music. This paper explores a model stemming from interactive electroacoustic work by the author that adapts aspects of the hocketed, disjunct rhythmic textures of funk styles for use as a developmental musical parameter. These methods for generating rhythm that facilitate transformation in ways more naturally manipulated by computer-based tools are demonstrated in theory and in use by

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Univ. of Chicago performs Quintet for Horn, Woodwinds, and Piano

41573_77762576989_3767_nEighth Annual Midwest Graduate Music Consortium (2/28/2004, University of Chicago, Illinois)— “Quintet for Horn with Woodwinds and Piano” performed by the University of Chicago new music ensemble.

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