🇬🇧 Fluxx Density is a composition for 29 speakers which explores sound movements, frequency-dynamic relations and rhythmical trajectories. The composition was created specifically for the Speakers Dome at Kungliga Musikhögskolan and it’s based on real time synthesis and pre-recorded material. The live performance included real time spatialization and an interactive visual work representing the abstract connection between the composition and the physical space in which the sonic elements are moving. (Headphones are highly suggested for listening).
This one above is a stereo binaural adaptation of the piece, made from the recordings of the performance I did on 28 April 2017 at Kungliga Musikhöhskolan in Stockholm, in occasion of the music festival LjudOljud. No edit has been done to the original recordings of the concert. The softwares in use for the performance were Ableton Live, Max/Msp and Processing (which was receiving OSC datas through a network), while the binaural process was made afterwards in Logic Pro X.
A picture of the 29 speaker dome at Kungliga Musikhögskolan in Stockholm.