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Edin, Sebastian: Vestiges 

 

 

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  • Program notes: 

    "To be haunted by a ghost is to remember something you've never lived through, for memory is the past that has never taken the form of the present." - from Ken McMullen’s Ghost Dance.
    Vestiges was written through a fascination for the spectral (this in both senses of the word) qualities of recorded sound. To work with these sounds, I feel, is to allow yourself to be haunted, to through electronic rites remember (and therefore to create) innumerable lost pasts. This relationship between technics and time, the one demanding the other, is the main foundation of a piece in which I've come to ponder my own experiential-recollecting apparatus through borrowed modalities—through another's voice.
    Vocals by Anna Katrin Øssursdottir Egilstrød.

  • Technical specs: 

    Technical Rider - Vestiges
    Software capable of playing back an eight channel audio file. Audio interface with minimum eight output channels.
    Mixer capable of routing eight I/O and summing via bus/aux/subgroup to subwoofer unit.
    Eight full range speakers. See attached png file for channel plan and positioning, speakers should be angled towards circle centre, height adjusted to seated audience (approximately head height).
    One subwoofer, summing via mixer of the 8 audio channels. Cutoff at 80Hz. Subwoofer positioned preferably just outside of main speaker circle between speaker 1 and 2.

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Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
2
PerformersElectronicsVisuals
AudioVisuals
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8-channel electronics

 

 

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