The setup and the execution of the electroacoustic part of this work requires a Computer Music Designer (Max expert).

Performance date: Nov. 4, 2015

Documentation date: Nov. 14, 2015

Version state

Valid

Validation date: May 3, 2018



Executions dates of this version

  • Nov. 4, 2015,

Version documentalist

Version realisation

  • Serge Lemouton (Computer Music Designer)
  • Jérémie Henrot (Sound engineer)

Detailed staff

  • 1 cello
(Detailed staff comes from Brahms, send mail to brahms-contenu@ircam.fr for correction.)

Electronic equipment list

Computer Music Equipment

  • 1 MacBook Pro - Apple Laptops (Apple)
  • 1 iPad - Tablets (Apple)
    optional
  • 1 Max 7 - Max (Cycling74)
  • 1 Mira - Library (Cycling74)
    optional

Audio Equipment

  • 1 KM140 - Dynamic Microphones (Neumann)
    or equivalent
  • 1 Contact microphone - Contact Microphones
    for the cello
  • 4 Loudspeaker - Loudspeakers

Premiere

  • Oct. 21, 2003, Paris, Ircam, espace de projection, rencontre Résonances, concert Cursus

Publisher:

  • Inédit

Realisation

  • Mikhail Malt

Work length

  • 12 mn
Download all files
File Author(s) Comment
Download [271.9 KB] Score Score - Computer Music Designer.dmg Alexandre Lunsqui
Download [547.8 MB] Patch Patch and sounds Alexandre Lunsqui
Download [546.9 MB] Recording(s) Concert recording Flo Menezes multi-track and stereo mix

Instructions

Audio Inputs

2 adc :

 

  1. contact mike
  2. aerian mike (Km 140 or equivalent)

 

Audio outputs

4 loudspeakers surrounding the audience

Max Settings

 

  • IO VS = 64
  • signal VS = 64
  • overdrive on
  • audio interrupt off
  • SR = 44.1 khz

 

Checklist:

 

  • Open the "TempoIrreal2015Max7-SaoPaulo" project in max 7
  • Init
  • Reset
  • Turn Dac on
  • turn on the "keyboard-control" toggle
  • press the Space bar -> The piece is ready to start !
  • The cues can be triggered by a foot pedal or by the computer space bar

 



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Version documentation creation date: Nov. 14, 2015, 5:11 p.m., update date: March 24, 2021, 3:01 p.m.