Visualization, Control and Processing of Sounds as 3D Models

Savannah Agger is composer-in-residence at Ircam (from December 2016 to March 2017). Her project Landschaften explores the idea of manipulating, hearing and experiencing sound as a three dimensional body in space. This compositional work is exploring this idea of sound as space in itself and the composition as a landscape, travelling through the different dimensions of the sound and it’s inner structures.

To develop this project, Savannah uses the latest computer-aided composition technology developed in OpenMusic/o7 for the 3D-manipulation and processing of spectrum data in space, and the multi-channel audio processing and spatialization using Spat.


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