Live Electronic Music

  1. Materials Used: Crown Royal, ice cubes, chopstick, Korg CM-100, Audix f9, MacBook Pro running SuperCollider

    How It Was Made: When blocks of ice on liquid hit a resonant surface (such as glass or mug), I hear clear chime-like sound. This sonic experience is enhanced with amplitude-triggered synthetic tones. Whenever an ice cube hits the glass, the sound is picked up by the contact microphone and it triggers an electronic tone with randomized pitch.

    Joo Won Park
    100strangesounds.com
    joowonpark.net

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  2. Audio and visuals by Joo Won Park.

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  3. From 100 Strange Sounds Project (100strangesounds.com)

    Materials Used: metronomes, Audix f9, Macbook Pro, MOTU 4Pre, SuperCollider

    How it was made:Sound of two metronomes clicking in different BPM is fed to the computer. It acts an amplitude envelope (think of a gate plug-in) for an algorithmically generated harmonic progression in e minor.

    Inspiration: Ligeti Symphonic Poem for 100 Metronomes

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  4. Improvisational Duplo building processed in real-time with SuperCollider.
    Materials used: Duplo Big City Hospital, Duplo Deluxx Brick Box, Korg CM-100, AKG C3000, MacBook Pro, SuperCollider

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  5. A dance+music improvisation set during annual electronic music festival at the fidget space.

    Joo Won Park : computer, toys, umbrella
    Mauri Walton: dance
    Tristan Price: hot wheels

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Live Electronic Music

Joo Won Park

Joo Won Park's live electroacoustic works are presented here.

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