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  • Interlaced 1 | Hans Tutschku
    Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC Interlaced 1 for bass clarinet and electronics year 2014 duration 10 15 min studio ICST Zurich Harvard University dedicated to Matthias Müller first performance March 11 2014 by Matthias Müller Swissnex Boston The picture of interlaced growing entities translates into a musical fabric where fast melodic lines and static sounds intertwine The combination of the live instrument with the electronics allows for

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  • Still Air 3 | Hans Tutschku
    first performance March 01 2014 by Arthur Sato oboe and Alejandro Acierto bass clarinet Fromm Players at Harvard Festival Still Air 3 is part of a cycle for wind instruments and electronics These compositions explore the sonorities of quiet but complex sounds and blend the live instruments with prepared electronic sounds As a stark contrast to many of my other compositions which explore speed and density this cycle is meant to search for musical expression with very little activity Still Air 3 unites the two solo pieces Still Air 1 for bass clarinet and Still Air 2 for oboe Each musician has his own technical set up Both musicians play into an iPad mounted on a microphone stand or music stand Each iPad is connected to two small speakers positioned on the floor behind the player Both instruments should be very close to the devices microphone While performing the duo version the two IOS devices synchronize to stay together Both devices need to run iOS 7 or higher The electronics in both pieces are composed of two layers The first layer could be understood like a tape part which is divided into 24 events The second layer varies depending on

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  • Still Air 2 | Hans Tutschku
    musician not facing the audience This helps to blend acoustically the electronic sounds with the unamplified instrument These Fostex 6301B Monitors have been proven to be a good solution The mini jack output of the iPad is connected to the Fostex monitors with a cable TRS 1 8 inch TRS 1 4 inch the iPad Interface The main interface page contains the upper white progress bar which scrolls from left to right to indicate the proportional position within an event a countdown number on the right which corresponds to the total duration in seconds of a given event a large yellow number displaying the current event humber a TOUCH button on the upper left to start the piece or to start particular events during rehearsals on the lower left are two buttons to jump to adjacent events the small yellow number above the prepare button indicates the next prepared event pressing the SELECT EVENTS FOR REHEARSAL button on the lower left opens a list to jump to a particular event Pressing the settings button on the lower right brings up the settings dialogue The loudspeaker test should be performed to check that the cabling of the speakers is performed correctly and that both speakers are working Switching the tuning sound on gives the possibility to tune the iPad to the instruments pitch Update events from the internet see paragraph at the end of the technical description Once the settings have been made press the done button which switches back to the main screen The tuning pitch is stored and automatically recalled at the next application start update events from the internet The electronic score is stored as a database on the device independent of the sound files Each event is marked in the musical score with a number Each event

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  • under | Hans Tutschku
    surface of the earth the skin of a human or the apparently quiet mirror of a lake at night Piano and percussion are the two outer communicating forces and closely linked with the electronic sounds Wind and string instruments are alternating between short melodic fragments and sonic textures Recurring themes build a slow evolving but non linear narrative recording Talea Ensemble James Baker conductor Roulette New York 26 september 2014 http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2013 11 under mp3 score BabelScores Downloads The electronics exist in two versions either using a Macintosh Computer or an iPad There are three options to perform the electronic part 1 the pianist operates a foot pedal with his left foot to trigger the sequences 2 an additional musician seated between piano and percussion operates the computer 3 an additional musician operates an iPad The output of either the Macintosh MacBook or the iPad are connected to two loudspeakers positioned on the floor in front of the piano and the percussion set up Macintosh Computer Use the Max MSP stand alone application No Max MSP authorization is necessary The application contains all soundfiles The sound output of the Macintosh can be directly connected

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  • Still Air 1 | Hans Tutschku
    jack output of the device connects to two small high quality loudspeakers placed on the floor behind the musician and directed in a such a way that the best fusion between the un amplified bass clarient and the electronic sounds is achieved It should not give the impression that the electronics come out of the speakers There is no need for microphones nor additional loudspeakers in the concert hall The clarinetist controls the electronics without the need of a technician or assistant These Fostex 6301B Monitors have been proven to be a good solution The mini jack output of the iPhone is connected to the Fostex monitors with a cable TRS 1 8 inch TRS 1 4 inch the iPhone Interface The main interface page contains the upper white progress bar which scrolls from left to right to indicate the proportional position within an event a countdown number on the right which corresponds to the total duration in seconds of a given event a large yellow number displaying the current event humber a TOUCH button on the upper left to start the piece or to start particular events during rehearsals on the lower left are two buttons to jump to adjacent events the small yellow number above the prepare button indicates the next prepared event pressing the PREPARE button opens a list to jump to a particular event Pressing the settings button brings up the settings dialogue The loudspeaker test should be performed to check that the cabling of the speakers is performed correctly and that both speakers are working Switching the tuning sound on gives the possibility to tune the iPod to the instruments pitch update events from the internet see paragraph at the end of the technical description Once the settings have been made press the done button which switches back to the main screen The tuning pitch is stored and automatically recalled at the next application start update events from the internet The electronic score is stored as a database on the device independent of the sound files Each event is marked in the musical score with a number Each event contains the information as to which sound file to play volume durations etc If an update corrections to this electronic score becomes necessary I shall upload a new database This provides a possibility for small corrections whithout downloading the entire application and sounds anew The button update events from the internet can be used to download the updated version The location of this updated file is known to the application thus no further information is necessary Just press the button and wait for the confirmation message For the update to work you need obviously a connection to the internet through the phone provider or WIFI After the update process you press done to return to the main screen rehearsals and concert The only interaction with the device for the performance is at the beginning of the piece The musician presses the touch button and observes the

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  • hommage à Schwitters | Hans Tutschku
    Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC hommage à Schwitters interactive sound sculpture year 2012 first presentation December 06 2012 Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts Sert Gallery Café At age 16 when I first discovered Kurt Schwitters Sonate in Urlauten a door into DADA and other forms of sound poetry opened I performed the piece many times and it s fascination did not fade in all those years The hommage à Schwitters

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  • unreal memories | Hans Tutschku
    29 2013 daily 11 02 a m 1 02 p m 5 02 p m Specially conceived for the rooftop of the Carpenter Center of the Visual Arts in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the building Unreal Memories is composed of transformed voices of many different cultures Original recordings served as models for computer transformations to create an imaginary intercultural journey where voices from elsewhere come together They call us they celebrate they open a short sonic window into our busy everyday lives In a note on February 2 1960 Le Corbusier imagined for the building Electric ringing sounds will be composed and emitted once twice three times a day at fixed times emission of a formidable nature of softness and of power When I read those notes I imagined that the addition of sounding elements to the building would enhance our awareness of passed times and our relationship to other cultures It was not my intention to create a historic realization of Le Corbusier s exact intentions I took the idea as a springboard for my own artistic dreams Particularly in light of the Harvard Art Museum construction site next door I did not want to pick up

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  • clin d’oreille d’Avignon | Hans Tutschku
    Music Weimar Germany Performances Michael von Hintzenstern Matthias von Hintzenstern Daniel Hoffmann Hans Tutschku Festival Hydra Research Texts Teaching Travel 2014 Japan Archive Links dadamenta HUSEAC clin d oreille d Avignon 8 channel electroacoustic composition year 2012 this page is

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