Composer / Producer / Live Electronics
E l i e G r e g o r y
This electroacoustic piece uses both samples from programmed pulse train synthesisis and field recordings from a tunnel under a train track in Lichtenberg. The contradicting materials both acoustic and synthesised meet and find common ground through shared momentum.
Eurocentrism (2016) Binaural Version - please use headphones
This 8-Channel piece was both inspired by and structured around the meaning of the word ‘eurocentrism’.
The majority of the material for the piece was created by using various digital processing techniques on a field recording of some distant church bells.
For the text, the wikipedia definition of the word ‘eurocentrism’ was used:
‘Eurocentrism is the practice of viewing the world from a European perspective and with an implied belief, consciously or subconsciously, in the pre-eminence of European culture.”
11 4 5 11 (2009)
Work for instrument and tape. A representation of the audio environment in Britain on the 5th of November 2008. Anual fireworks with news of the election of Barack Obama flowing through televisions, radio's, and the internet. Two countries different political events almost simultaneously.
A piece for Clarinet, tape and elements of the 'Berlin Lautsprecher Orchester'.
Performed 19.7.15 by Laurent Bruttin at the Zoom & Focus Concert, Hanns Eisler, Berlin.
Onliest Overlap for Violinist (2017) Binaural Version - please use headphones
Onliest Overlap is a piece and series of pieces that exists only through performance with a live input. Most suitable for a large multi-channel setup, its structure is in two distinct sections and the audio material consists of short repeated pockets of sound which are created through recording and looping of a live input. In the first section, each looped recording has a path through a variation of speakers until it reaches it’s destination, and this process is repeated until every speaker available has an individual recording on it. The second section has predetermined notes that are recorded and played back directly without first taking a path. Each recorded note consists of three to four short recordings which are are then played back at different lengths, creating a pulsing effect, creating an ensemble of rhythmic and harmonic material.
Like PLastic Looks (2008)
A piece using samples from a curcuit bent speak&spell