Used in
Version name Work title Composer(s)
Matteo Gualandi - We Are Not the Waves - Premiere at ESPRO We Are Not the Waves for quintet, electronics and video device Matteo Gualandi
Bruno Mantovani - Éclair de lune - Ableton Live Version 2020 - UNTESTED Éclair de lune for three instrumental groups and tape Bruno Mantovani
Franck Bedrossian - Lamento - May2020-Max8 Lamento for female voice and electronic device Franck Bedrossian
Luca Francesconi - Etymo - Etymo max8 64bits 48khz Etymo for soprano, electronics and ensemble Luca Francesconi
Luca Francesconi - Ballata - 2020 update Ballata opera in two acts Luca Francesconi
Marc Garcia Vitoria - The P-project - Version PMM 2015-2016 The P-project for tenor saxophone and electronics Marc Garcia Vitoria
Jérôme Combier - Stèles d'air - Steles d'Air - Revision2014 Stèles d'air for ensemble and electronics Jérôme Combier
Luca Francesconi - Etymo - Etymo-max6 Etymo for soprano, electronics and ensemble Luca Francesconi
Luca Francesconi - Etymo - etymo-2012 Etymo for soprano, electronics and ensemble Luca Francesconi
Philippe Manoury - En écho - faust En écho for soprano and electronics Philippe Manoury
Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg - Rippled Reeds - new-never-tested Rippled Reeds for bass clarinet and live electronics Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg
Eric Maestri - Celestografia - celestografia-musica-musicans Celestografia <i>... musica musicans</i>, for voice, violin, piano and two synthesizers Eric Maestri
Luca Francesconi - Ballata - creation Ballata opera in two acts Luca Francesconi
Luca Francesconi - Ballata - max6-untested Ballata opera in two acts Luca Francesconi
Philippe Schœller - Operspective Hölderlin - 2010 Operspective Hölderlin for soprano, string quartet, electronic device and WFS projection Philippe Schœller
Marc Garcia Vitoria - The P-project - premiere The P-project for tenor saxophone and electronics Marc Garcia Vitoria
Raphaël Cendo - Introduction aux ténèbres - creation Introduction aux ténèbres for bass voice, solo double bass, 13 musicians and electronics Raphaël Cendo
Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg - Rippled Reeds - creation Rippled Reeds for bass clarinet and live electronics Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjaerg
Beat Furrer - Lotófagos II - Creation June 2008 Lotófagos II for two voices, septet and electronics Beat Furrer
Georges Aperghis - Dans le mur - Dans le Mur Dans le mur for piano and electronics Georges Aperghis
Jérôme Combier - Stèles d'air - Stele d'air (creation) Stèles d'air for ensemble and electronics Jérôme Combier
Yan Maresz - Paris qui dort - Intel version with optional click track and optional cow bells Paris qui dort music for the film by René Clair (1924), for small ensemble and electronics Yan Maresz
Luis Naón - Six caprices (Urbana 11) - World premiere Six caprices (Urbana 11) for an instrument and electronics Luis Naón
Yan Maresz - Sul Segno - Sul Segno 2007 Sul Segno for harp, guitar, cymbalum, double bass and electronics Yan Maresz
Jonathan Harvey - String Quartet No 4 - OS X 2007 String Quartet No 4 for string quartet and live electronics Jonathan Harvey
Luca Francesconi - Etymo - OSX update Etymo for soprano, electronics and ensemble Luca Francesconi
Georgia Spiropoulos - Klama - Creation Klama for 8-part mixed choir, live electronics and pre-recorded sounds Georgia Spiropoulos
Martin Matalon - Traces III - Traces III Traces III for horn and electronic device Martin Matalon
Jonathan Harvey - Advaya - 2006 Mac OSX Advaya for cello, digital keyboard and electronics Jonathan Harvey
Michael Jarrell - Cassandre - 2006 Mac OSX Cassandre monodrama for actress, instrumental ensemble and electronics Michael Jarrell
Stefano Gervasoni - L'Ingenuo - patch2006 L'Ingenuo for soprano, euphonium, horn and electronics Stefano Gervasoni
Florence Baschet - BogenLied - radio-france version BogenLied for augmented violin and electronics Florence Baschet
Claire-Mélanie Sinnhuber - Little box - Creation Little box for amplified laptops and electronics Claire-Mélanie Sinnhuber
Michaël Levinas - Rebonds - OSX Update Rebonds for ensemble Michaël Levinas
Yan Maresz - Paris qui dort - Creation Paris qui dort music for the film by René Clair (1924), for small ensemble and electronics Yan Maresz
Jonathan Harvey - Bhakti - 2005 Mac OSX Bhakti for ensemble of fifteen instrumentalists and quadraphonic tape (or cd-rom) Jonathan Harvey
Jonathan Harvey - One Evening... - OS X update One Evening... for soprano, mezzo-soprano, ensemble of eight instrumentalists, two technicians and electronics Jonathan Harvey
Philippe Leroux - M - OSX update M for two pianos, two percussions and electronics Philippe Leroux
Magnus Lindberg - UR - Os X update UR for ensemble and electronics Magnus Lindberg
Philippe Manoury - En écho - OS X update En écho for soprano and electronics Philippe Manoury
Hèctor Parra Esteve - Strette - OS X update Strette monodrama for soprano, electronics, live video and lights Hèctor Parra Esteve
Andrea Vigani - Tratti - First Performance Tratti for soprano, ensemble and electronics Andrea Vigani
Georges Aperghis - Avis de Tempête - Creation Avis de Tempête opera, for ensemble, three singers, one actress and electronics Georges Aperghis
George Benjamin - Antara - Max/MSP (OS9) Antara for sixteen instrumentalists and electronics George Benjamin
Jonathan Harvey - String Quartet No 4 - Creation String Quartet No 4 for string quartet and live electronics Jonathan Harvey
Michaël Levinas - Concertation - OSX update Concertation sound and mobile installation, on sculptures by Thanassis Totsikas, for four voices, percussions, keyboard and electronics Michaël Levinas
Philippe Leroux - Voi(Rex) - Musica Viva 2007 Voi(Rex) for voice, six instruments and electronic device Philippe Leroux
Philippe Leroux - Voi(Rex) - Creation Voi(Rex) for voice, six instruments and electronic device Philippe Leroux
Philippe Manoury - Jupiter - Mac OS 9 Jupiter for flute and live electronics Philippe Manoury
Rolf Wallin - Phonotope I - Max/MSP (OS9) Phonotope I for string quartet and electronics Rolf Wallin
Brian Ferneyhough - Stelae for Failed Time - Creation Stelae for Failed Time for twelve voices and electronics Brian Ferneyhough