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'''IDEA/CONCEPT''':
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'''IDEA/CONCEPT'''
  
To implement a dynamically controllable set of ChucK programs for the purpose of live performance, synchronization, and orchestration of previously recorded short duration loopable audio wavefiles.  As an example of performance, human grunting sounds recorded from the [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/220a-fall-2007/docs/mic_build.jpg home-brew microphone] are used to create images of the underworld in the CCRMA 16-channel [http://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Image:Listeningroom.jpg Listening Room].
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To implement a dynamically controllable set of ChucK programs for the purpose of live performance, synchronization, and orchestration of previously recorded short duration loopable audio wavefiles.  As an example of performance, human grunting sounds recorded from the [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/220a-fall-2007/docs/mic_build.jpg home-brew microphone] are used to create images of the [http://www.plong.com/MusicCatalog%5CU%5CUnderworld%20-%20A%20Hundred%20Days%20Off%5CUnderworld%20-%20A%20Hundred%20Days%20Off.jpg underworld] in the CCRMA 16-channel [http://cm-wiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Image:Listeningroom.jpg Listening Room].
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'''RECORDED SOUNDS'''
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Revision as of 21:58, 4 December 2007

Chu-Org-Estra

IDEA/CONCEPT

To implement a dynamically controllable set of ChucK programs for the purpose of live performance, synchronization, and orchestration of previously recorded short duration loopable audio wavefiles. As an example of performance, human grunting sounds recorded from the home-brew microphone are used to create images of the underworld in the CCRMA 16-channel Listening Room.

RECORDED SOUNDS link...