Spatialization competition “space of sound”
Interpretation of acousmatic works
Acousmatic ::: Recorded work composed in studio, projected over loudspeakers in concert, without live intervention of other sound sources.
The interpretation of acousmatic works through spatialization involves sound-projection and diffusion through a reduced system of loudspeakers deployed within a specific space. The “musiques & recherches” acousmonium consists of 60 loudspeakers and an analog console that can send out up to 40 channels. In this competition, spatialization is done “manually”, that is, free of any digital-technology automated storing and programming spatialization system. The interpreters themselves control and play the console during the competition, so, their presence is absolutely essential.
The competition is open to the public and will take place from october 20 to 22, 2006 as part of the 13rd international acousmatic festival “the Space of Sound” at the marni theatre in brussels.
The registration form and other required documents as indicated in the competition guidelines must be sent to “musiques & recherches” by mail, postmarked before July 9, 2006.