Resoride 24” is a process of composition based on resonances. Starting from a fundamental sound projected with the clarinet as generating element, I generate a vibration on diverse objects (panels, pipes, circles and angles of glass, metal or plastic) until reaching their excitacion. These resonances obtained cause new tones, durations and variations in height of the original transmitter.
The resulting frecuencies captured in the receiver objects are recorded via contact microphones situated in the panels, pipes, circles or angles, obtaining simple sounds limited by the acoustic characteristics of the organic materials. Subsequenty the samples obtained are put in order and organizad in time by different match from max-msp software producing compositions and improvisations which are recorded or created for performing live.
This work has been broadcasting by Ars Sonora (RNE) on 06/19/2007, The Sonic Arts Network Podcast and is part of soundmuseum.fm archive.